Public Lecture: Pets, Pests & People

7:00pm - 9:00pm / Friday 13th October 2017 / Venue: Victoria Gallery & Museum
Type: Lecture / Category: Department
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The University of Liverpool, John Moores University & The International Council for Archaeozoology presents:
Pets, Pests & People - an evening of science and wine, discovering what animals did for us.

Come enjoy an evening of science and wine as a panel of leading international archaeologists discuss the history of our unique relationships with animals from past to present. The event will be hosted at the iconic Victoria Gallery and Museum on Friday, 13 October 2017 and will be followed by a wine reception where you’ll get the chance to chat with our invited speakers about what animals have done for us!

Chaired by Professor Mark Thomas, UCL

Professor Ian Barnes, Natural History Museum

Dr. Camilla Speller, University of York

Dr Jacqui Mulville, Cardiff University

Dr David Ashmore, University of Liverpool

This event is part of the International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ) Archaeozoology, Genetics and Morphometrics Working Group Meeting and registered delegates of the meeting do not need to register for this event.