Yes it’s just at my university as a part of an archaeology course that I’m taking. I’ve done other presentations (at the university where I did my MSc in the UK, as a guest speaker at high schools, and at one small anthropology conference a couple of years ago), but this is my first one in a US grad school so it seems sort of momentous to me. Like a magical moment where I will describe the intricacies of bone healing and remodeling, weapons injuries vs accidental injuries, and weather or not ‘care’ or ‘treatment’ can be inferred from various skeletal samples from throughout the ‘Old World’. It’s gonna be a party.
kreestapanda said: hopefully! sorry there’s not much you can do! OH. If it’s not too late, you can cut some lemons (if you have some) or lime or oranges, etc and put them in the oven at 350-375 for a bit and the smell will waft thru the apt and smell nicer
Nice idea lol, but we don’t have any lemons! In fact I need to go food shopping, thanks for reminding me!