Homecoming Weekend 2017: What Can Teeth Tell Us About Life and Death in Early Colonial Jamestown

Nov, 2017

Join Penn Dental Medicine this fall to celebrate Homecoming Weekend featuring Arts and Culture at Penn, November 3-5, 2017!

Join fellow graduate Dr. Martin D. Levin (D’72 GD’74) on an investigation of the teeth and skeletal remains from the colonial site of Jamestown, VA with Janet Monge, Ph.D., Associate Curator and Keeper of Physical Anthropology and Adjunct Associate Professor in Penn’s Department of Anthropology. Lecture begins at 10:45 AM. Read more >>

Following the game, tour the Evans Collection at Penn Dental. The French Second Empire (1852-1870) was a highly decorative period and the collection of Dr. Thomas Evans features many beautifully preserved examples of paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts. Tour begins at 2:30 PM. Read more >>


For more information about Penn’s Homecoming Weekend, please visit www.alumni.upenn.edu/homecoming