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.