VANESSA MUROS discusses conservation contributions to archaeology in inaugural panel from the Getty Research Institute

Vanessa Muros, director of the Experimental and Archaeological Sciences Laboratory (EASL), will be a panelist in the new Scholars Program series, Conversations on Context, from the Getty Research Institute.

These interdisciplinary panels will feature experts discussing their work in relation to an annual scholar theme. In light of this year's theme, The Fragment, this panel will focus on the manifold ways that fragmentary objects are analyzed, interpreted, and preserved in efforts to reconstruct our understanding of history.

Monday, December 7, 2020
10:30am – 12:00pm PT
Zoom Webinar

To join the webinar, please click the following link:
Passcode: 253062

Speakers Aaron de Souza (Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna), Anna Prentiss (University of Montana), Marian Feldman (Johns Hopkins University) and Vanessa Muros (Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA) will each give a short presentation of their work, followed by a moderated discussion with Ken Lapatin (Antiquities Curator, Getty Villa).