New Technology and Archaeology Symposium

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An Interdisciplinary Symposium

An event bringing together technology innovators, cultural heritage workers, and scholars in a conversation about scanning, visualization, virtual and augmented reality, and other digital tools that are changing the field of Archaeology.

Featuring lightning talks by:

Michael Ashley (Codify), Center for Digital Archaeology,
Lynn Cunningham (Berkeley Visual Resources Center),
Rita Lucarelli (Berkeley Near Eastern Studies)
Matt Naglak (Michigan Classical Archaeology),
Ren Ng (Berkeley Computer Science), and
Justin Underhill (Berkeley Digital Humanities)

With demonstrations by:

Cyark, and

Followed by a roundtable discussion and a visit to the newly re-opened Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.

Event is free and open to all; however, seating is limited. To guarantee a spot at the Symposium or Museum Visit, please RSVP at

This event is sponsored by the History of Art Department, The Computer Science Undergraduate Association, the Organization of Graduate Students in the Digital Humanities, the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, and Digital Humanities @ Berkeley.