What: Live Broadcast with Assistant Curator Erin Peters
When: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History has amazing artifacts from ancient Egypt on display, but did you know there are even more objects in our hidden collection? Get a peek behind the scenes, and learn all about Egypt from assistant curator Erin Peters on May 3, 2017.
Erin will do a 20-minute broadcast at 10:30 a.m. on Facebook Live. She will show off the collection and answer questions from commenters as part of the new web series, Scientists Live. This new series is designed to give our followers a glimpse at hidden collections and the great science happening at the museum every day.
Viewers can tune into the free broadcast on Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Facebook page. A recording will be posted later for those unable to watch live.
About Erin Peters
Erin Peters is joint assistant curator of science and research at Carnegie Museum of Natural History and lecturer of curatorial studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Peters’ research specialization is Roman Egypt, and she recently joined the Italian archaeological mission of the University of Florence at el Sheikh Abada – ancient Antinoupolis in Egypt.
This talk is part of a new series. More broadcasts featuring different scientists and topics will be announced.
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