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  • Participants in the Heritage Monitoring Scouts program on the beach.

    FPAN launches archaeological monitoring program

    Mar 15
    History could literally be washed away with only a few feet of sea level rise. According to the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN), up to 4,000 archaeological sites could be impacted by the change, by incurring damage or inundation. But a new initiative — a public engagement project called Heritage Monitoring Scouts (HMS Florida) — aims to gather those places’ stories before they are forever lost.
  • A picture of Paul Sutter.

    Final Ideas & Images talk to address relationship between national parks and wilderness advocacy

    Mar 7
    Dr. Paul Sutter, History professor from University of Colorado Boulder, will explore the complex relationship between the rise of the automobile and the origins of wilderness advocacy, as part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images talk on Wednesday, March 22. The lecture will be held in Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m.
  • A picture of Sarah Miller.

    Director of Florida Public Archaeology Network to discuss archeology as force for social change

    Mar 1
    Sarah E. Miller, director of the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) for Northeast and East Central regions, will discuss the power of archaeology in activism, on Tuesday, March 21. Her talk is part of Flagler College’s Community Lecture Series and will take place in the historic Solarium in Ponce Hall. Flagler has hosted FPAN on its campus since 2006.
  • Beyond Integration by J. Michael Butler book cover.

    Flagler professor’s book takes Silver Medal in Florida Book Awards competition

    Feb 22
    A Flagler College professor’s in-depth study of the civil rights movement in northwest Florida has earned him a prestigious 2016 Florida Book Award for his book, titled “Beyond Integration: The Black Freedom Struggle in Escambia County, Florida, 1960-1980.” Dr. J. Michael Butler won the Silver Medal in the awards’ “General Non-Fiction” category.
  • A picture of Brian Goeken.

    National Park Service official to discuss contemporary challenges in historic preservation at Flagler College

    Jan 24
    Brian Goeken, chief of Technical Preservation Services with the National Park Service, will address contemporary challenges in historic preservation, as part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images talk on Thursday, Feb. 9. The lecture will be held in Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m.
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