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"|
Instructor, Cowley Community College
|"Getting the Public to Care about Archaeology: Lessons Learned through Public Archaeology in Cowley County"|
Justin Holcomb, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher, Kansas Geological Survey
|"The Archaeology of Our Solar System: New Approaches to Space Heritage Preservation"|
PhD Candidate, Texas A&M University
|"Examining the Western Stemmed Technocomplex in the Harney Basin, Oregon"|