with CT State Archaeologists Dr. Brian Jones and Dr. Nicholas Bellantone
(tentative schedule and topics)

1. March 5. What Everyone Should Know About the Archaeology of Connecticut
2. April 2. The Templeton Site and Paleoindians of Connecticut (Templeton is the best researched 12,000 year old site in the state)
3. May 7. The early Archaic Period and life after the Ice Age in Connecticut
4. June 4. The [Middle] Archaic Period (a general discussion of Native American life in Connecticut between 9,000 and 3,000 years ago)
5. July 2. The Terminal Archaic and Soapstone Quarries in Connecticut
6. August 6. The Morgan Site, a Late Woodland Village in Rocky Hill
7. September 3. THPOs (Tribal Historic Preservation Officers) and Native American perspectives on Archaeology in Connecticut
8. October 1. Early 17th Century Archaeology in Connecticut
9. November 5. 18th Century Households
10. December 3. African-American Archaeology
11. January 7. Contract Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management in Connecticut
12. February 4. The Office of State Archaeology and FOSA
13. March 3. The State Historic Preservation Office
14. April 7. Technology and Archaeology in Connecticut
15. May 5. Underwater Archaeology in Connecticut
16. June 2. Industrial Archaeology n Connecticut
17. July 7. 20th Century Heritage in Connecticut