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Lecture Tonight at GWU: Taking the Long View: Twenty Years of Repatriation at the National Museum of Natural History, by Dr. William BilleckWhen: Jan. 27 / 6:00 PM - 07:30 PMWhere: Funger Hall 103 / Anthropology Department, 2110 G St., NW, Washington, DC 20052
William Billeck speaks on "Taking the Long View: Twenty Years of Repatriation at the National Museum of Natural History." Dr. Billeck is an archaeologist and head of the Repatriation Office at NMNH. This is part of the GW University seminar "Museums and Antiquities: A New World" sponsored by the Museum Studies Program and the Anthropology Department. For more information, contact Prof. Kym Rice (email@example.com) or Jeffrey Blomster (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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