Author Archives: Lauren Talalay

About Lauren Talalay

I am the Associate Director and Curator at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan. My research focuses on the Neolithic of Greece, figurines, and the early use of the body as a symbol.

HELLAS ESSENTIALIZED

HELLAS ESSENTIALIZED: ANTIQUITY, THE GR€€K CRISIS, AND POLITICAL CARTOONS IN THE GLOBAL MARKETPLACE “Wars, greed, corruption, political shenanigans, terrorism, infighting and intrigue. Should be a great year for us.” (quoted by Martyn Turner in his book The Noble Art of … Continue reading

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