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Un-Writing World History

Artifacts, the objects humans make and use, are important sources for better understanding world history. Every person who ever lived has used objects, and their beliefs and ideas are preserved in the things they've left behind. By investigating these items, we can understand the history of the world beyond what was written down in books and inscribed on monuments. This exhibit displays artifacts from the ancient world that students in Wake Forest class History 103: World Civilizations to 1500 have selected from MOA's permanent collection to show how objects reflect the politics, religion, and environment of past societies.  Admission is free.

Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 10:00am to 4:30pm

More dates through February 29, 2020

Museum of Anthropology
1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Event Type

Exhibit, Next Week at Wake

Departments

Administrative, Museum of Anthropology

Target Audience

Alumni, Faculty, General Public, Parents/Guests, Staff, Students, First-Year Undergraduate Students, Prospective Students

Website

http://moa.wfu.edu

Cost

Free

Contact name

Sara Cromwell

Contact email

moa@wfu.edu

Contact phone number

336-758-5282

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