Belize to Bezanson talk

Alberta-educated archaeologists, Dr. Shawn Morton (GPRC instructor) and Dr. Meaghan Peuramaki-Brown (Associate professor at Athabasca University and GPRC visiting scholar) hosted a presentation on Friday, March 26, 2021 on their research of frontiers and boomtowns. Learn about their long-term research in Alabama, Belize – an old townsite located outside of the Maya heartland, that was a bustling frontier town during its time roughly 1,200 years ago, and their future plans for community-based research closer to home in Bezanson, Alberta. This was an opportunity to provide important community input, as Dr. Morton and Dr. Peuramaki-Brown work to connect and show the similarities of these two locations, even through they are separated by more than a millennium and thousands of miles.

Read their full story at GPRC.me/Success

If you missed the presentation it is available online for the next 30 days or so: https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR1GisPQGE42PSHuVzSZVan_NgoX7_pAmiNdMtqCGjlALMSt_r2zjNWZT88&v=Sd-biCmh4MM&feature=youtu.be

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