FVCC Instructor Presents Free Armchair Archaeology Lecture Series
Flathead Valley Community College’s Armchair Archaeology Lecture Series will return this spring featuring author, archaeologist and FVCC instructor E.B. Eiselein, Ph.D., who will present three free lectures to FVCC students and employees and members of the community. The series opens February 22 with Eiselein’s presentation on Montana’s Indian History.
Eiselein, writing under his tribal name of Speaks Lightning, has authored numerous books about American Indian history, culture and spirituality. He is the editor and senior writer for “Spirit Talk News” and is a powwow dancer and spiritual leader of Anishinabe descent. Eiselein lectures widely on Native American culture, has served on the Montana Committee for Humanities Speakers Bureau and teaches Native American studies at FVCC.
Following lectures will include “The History of Tobacco” on March 21 and “Egyptian Pyramids” on April 25. Open to the public, all lectures will begin at 7 p.m. in the Board Room inside Blake Hall on the FVCC campus.
For more information, visit www.fvcc.edu/armchairlectures.html, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.