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    Armour Seminar: Maurizio Forte

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    Free registration required. Details below.


    About this event

    Our weekly seminar series features speakers and their research related to the study of natural history and culture.

    Join us for the talk Death in the Etruscan World Between Humans and Immortals: A Journey Through Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence by Maurizio Forte, Classical Studies, Duke University.

    Please meet us in Ward Hall on the lower level. If unable to attend in person, this session is available virtually.


    Some seminars are recorded and available to view online after the event.

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    The A. Watson Armour III Seminar Series is a weekly seminar highlighting the research of science professionals across a broad spectrum of scientific interests, disciplines, and lived experiences. This series connects the Field Museum’s research, collections, conservation, and associated community with professionals at the forefront of life, geophysical, and social sciences. Lectures are open to the public and regularly highlight or complement research conducted by Field Museum staff and affiliates.

    Have a speaker to suggest? Contact us at armourseminars@fieldmuseum.org.

    Anti-harassment statement

    The Armour Seminar Committee and the Field Museum are strongly invested in the creation and maintenance of safe and inclusive spaces. To this end, we explicitly refuse to condone harassment, discrimination, or inappropriate behavior. We encourage that proposals for speakers take into account these expectations. Speakers with a known history of, or ongoing investigations of, harassment, discrimination, or other inappropriate behaviors will not be considered. We reserve the right to cancel talks if we learn of such events after an invitation is made.