Join us for the second instalment of the MAPPA Class seminars! Our focus will be on contemporary archaeology, with a seminar jointly organized by the Environmental Archaeology class led by Claudia Sciuto and the Archaeology of Modern and Contemporary Ages class under Francesca Anichini’s guidance.

Our guest for this session is Francesca Lugli, an esteemed ethno-archaeologist. Join us on Monday, April 15th, at 4 p.m. as she presents her speech “The Last Charcoalists: An Ethno-archaeological Perspective.” The seminar will be conducted in Italian.

You can participate either in person at Room F1, Polo San Rossore 1938, via Risorgimento, Pisa, or join us remotely via streaming on Teams at Don’t miss this insightful exploration of contemporary archaeology!