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Popular Films to Explore Archaeology in McHenry County College

បានប្រកាសនៅ Movie & Theater នៅOctober 16 2021 at 12:37 AM
McHenry County College will explore the depiction of archaeology in popular films as part of its latest Experts and Insights educational speaker series. "Raiders of the Lost Arch(aeology): Deciphering Facts and Fiction" will be presented both virtually and in person at the college's Conference Center (rooms A211, 213, 215) at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14.
 
The session will be led by Judi Cameron, instructor of anthropology at MCC, and Jim Stockwell, instructor of film and broadcast journalism.
 
From Indiana Jones to National Treasure to The Mummy, archaeology has been featured in movies for decades," said Stockwell. "Dr. Cameron and I thought it would be interesting to combine forces and really examine how accurately archaeology was being portrayed in some of our favorite films.
 
Here are some films released in October 2021 including Venom 2 streaming or commonly called in Chinese: 猛毒2血蜘蛛線上看小鴨. But apart from these films, there are still several films that we know of, namely Belle streaming or commonly called in Chinese: 龍與雀斑公主線上看小鴨, a film from the United States with the crime genre and for those of you who don’t like crime, as for the drama genre film, Shang-Chi streaming or commonly called in Chinese: 尚氣與十環傳奇線上看小鴨.
 
Not only Hollywood, United Kingdom state films have also enlivened the cinema by releasing No Time to Die streaming or commonly called in Chinese: 007生死交戰線上看小鴨.
 
This presentation will cover the basic methods that archaeologists use in order to collect the real treasure, knowledge of the past, and hence, ourselves," said Cameron. "Hollywood archaeologists, in their zeal to recover a single item, often overlook or even destroy information that is important for reconstructing and understanding the past.
 
Fictional films are the current generations' library into imagination, added Stockwell.
 
These films allow us to experience activities and topics that cannot be physically accomplished. And while most filmmakers strive for an extreme level of accuracy, it is important for the audience to understand the difference between fact and fiction while viewing them. Films are fantasy ... but phenomenal and wonderful nonetheless.
 
Cameron teaches archaeology, cultural anthropology, and biological anthropology at MCC. She was named MCC's ICCTA Full-Time Faculty of the Year Awardee in 2020 and is also a NISOD Excellence in Teaching award recipient. Her research area of specialty is archaeology of the Southwestern United States, and she participated in many projects in that region as a field worker, lab specialist, project director, and faunal analyst.

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