Free and open to the public
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
McClung Museum Auditorium
The East Tennessee Society of the Archaeological Institute of American and the McClung Museum present Theodora Kopestonsky of the University of Tennessee Classics Department lecturing on, "Sensing the Sacred: Ritual and Experience in the Classical Greek Sanctuary"
Dr. Kopestonsky's research interests include, Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology, Corinthian Studies, Ancient Cult and Ritual Practice, Coroplastic Arts, and Gender in Antiquity.
The McClung Museum is a general museum with collections in anthropology, archaeology, decorative arts, local history, and natural history.
Parking: During the week, parking passes for Circle Park are available at the Campus Information Center, located just north of the Museum at the entrance to Circle Park (see UT campus map). Visitors should tell the attendant that they are visiting the McClung Museum, and request a 2-hour permit.
Tuesday, 06 November, 2012
Frank H. McClung Museum
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