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RELIGION, PEACE AND CONFLICT IN THE 21st CENTURY - Online.
Winter is here.
If you like staying warm at home, or plan to head for warmer climates - invite a friend and enjoy this next GTLLI event in your favourite chair, with your own beverage and at a time of your choosing. Turn the volume as loud as you like and pause and replay as desired. Even the usual handout and reading list will be on-line and printable. .........read more
Although all Courses in the Church Hall are sold out, not everyone who buys a ticket for a lecture is able to attend when the time comes.
Lecture by lecture, if we anticipate having empty seats in the Hall, we will offer a limited number of Walk-In single-lecture tickets.
Check this website for up-to-date information on ticket availability.
For more information, click on Walk-in Ticket Process
Winter Course - Jan12 - Feb16, 2018
Religion, Peace and Conflict in the 21st Century - SOLD OUT
Two days after the live lecture, this course will be available as a video through your computer, tablet, phone or smart TV..... read more.
Previous Course - Inside Archaeology
For handouts, slides, reading lists etc provided by the lecturer for LOGGED-IN members, click on Extras.
Lecture 1 - October 13: The Birth of Humanity
Lecture 2 - Oct. 20: Who Discovered the Americas?
Lecture 3 - Oct. 27: Origins of Art
Lecture 4 - Nov. 3: The Jomon of Japan: the Most Successful Culture in History
Lecture 5 - Nov. 17: Dawn of Farming in Ancient China
Lecture 6 - Nov.24: The Origin of Maize Farming in Ontario
GARY CRAWFORD, FRSC, is a Professor in the Dept. of Anthropology at U.of T., Mississauga. His archaeological research has taken him throughout eastern North American, China and Japan. He is co-author of Human Evolution and Prehistory, and he hosted and co-authored a TVO series: Archaeology from the Ground Up.