There are sometimes moments when one still feels like an academic, and one remembers why it is you are attracted to this ancient and honorable profession. Here is one, at the dissertation defense of Valérie Wyns AT KU Leuven, the PhD defense jury: Willy Clarysse (KU Leuven), Myself, Anne-Emmanuelle Veisse (Paris), Katelijn Vandorpe (KU Leuven) and Stefan Schorn (KU Leuven)
My Fall 2018 Graduate seminar on Climate/Environmental history of the ancient world, and some of the Yale NSF-sponsored project team, visiting the Ice Core Lab of Joe McConnell, and his great team at the Desert Research Institute, Reno
Joe McConnell in his office at the DRI giving a masterclass to Yale Graduate students on ice core Geochemistry.
Here is me and some of our talented team visiting our climate model team at NASA-GISS in New York. Yes, that's Tom's restaurant, aka the Seinfeld diner, on top of which sits NASA-GISS.
Public Lectures 2020
March 11, 2020. I am the Program in the Ancient World (PAW) visitor at Princeton. I'll give two seminars, and the following lecture, updating our NSF research project. [[POSTPONED TILL FALL 2020]]