Archaeological Association of South Central Kansas

Encouraged by the Department of Anthropology, the Archaeological Association of South Central Kansas (AASCK) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation of Kansas prehistory. Its meetings and programs, which feature anthropological and other topics are generally held in #117 Neff Hall at 6:00 pm on the last Thursday of each month, during the university's spring and fall semesters.

For more information or to get on our mailing list, contact Dr. Don Blakeslee.


Spring 2023 Schedule

January 26 Jo Povall "The Gristhorpe Man: A Bronze Age Log Coffin Burial near Scarborough, UK"
February 23

Meredith Mahoney

Instructor, Cowley Community College

"Getting the Public to Care about Archaeology: Lessons Learned through Public Archaeology in Cowley County"
March 23

Justin Holcomb, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher, Kansas Geological Survey

"The Archaeology of Our Solar System: New Approaches to Space Heritage Preservation"
April 27

Jordan Pratt

PhD Candidate, Texas A&M University

"Examining the Western Stemmed Technocomplex in the Harney Basin, Oregon"