WE'RE CHANGING OUR NAME - BUT NOT OUR GOAL
Why should you care about someone else’s stories?
Other people’s stories are your stories as well. They may come from a different time or place, but they’re all part of our human story. Archaeologists have been telling the world’s most fascinating stories for millennia. Archaeology allows all of our ancestors to speak to us and to future generations.
Archaeology Now believes that sharing this knowledge is vital to our survival.
We explore how the past is relevant and how it informs our lives today and in the future.
In 2018-2019, our first year under our new name, we explore the concept of identity.
Who are you? Who do you think you are? You might define yourself by national, ethnic, religious, or gender identity.
But there is more that makes up the complex being that is "you."
This year, we invite you to take a personal journal to examine how different aspects of "you" have been defined through the centuries.
These events are made possible by a grant from Humanities Texas, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.