Bradley will present Harrington Lecture

Bradley will present Harrington Lecture The USD College of Arts and Sciences cordially invites you to attend the 51st Annual Harrington Lecture to be held on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. in Farber Hall, Old Main.

Dr. L.E. Bradley, professor of anthropology, will present his address titled "Sticks, Stones and Broken Bones: Interpreting Traces of a Long Forgotten Past." Bradley will draw on his research expertise of the archaeology of North America and Upper Paleolithic Europe.

The Harrington lecturer each year is a distinguished faculty member of the USD's College of Arts and Sciences with long-standing service to the institution and a strong record as a scholar and teacher.

The annual non-technical lecture on a liberal education topic is named in memory of the late Elbert Harrington, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1948-1967.

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