People’s Ink member Pam will be presenting on the topic of, “The Horse and Cultural Identity in 1st millennium AD Britain” – part of PSU’s Anthropology talks.
Thursday, 14 Jan 2016, 4pm at PSU, Smith Memorial Student Union 298.
The talk is free and open to all.
A Bioarchaeological study of Horseman identities expressed in Horse Burial and Rituals during the Late Iron Age through the Anglo-Saxon periods in Britain. We’ll look at how skeletons, along with historical and ethnographic evidence, tell us about living horse and human lives and relationships, and explore how changing horse ritual may have echoed changing cultural identities, coloured myth and folklore and continues in modern cultures…