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Female Superheroes: What Are Their Real Powers?Virtual/Online
When Superman first flew onto comic book pages, the Kryptonian set the bar for the future of the medium. Female superheroes also filled those pages from the start, but their portrayal has been a subject of controversy. This presentation examines how women are perceived in popular culture through the lens of comic books and asks "what are their real powers?" Magdalena Lamarre was a Full Professor of History and Sociology
What Kind of Ancestors Do You Want to Be?: Sea Level Rise and Heritage Sites in FloridaVirtual/Online
New weather patterns, larger storms, and rising sea levels are challenging communities and transforming conventional thinking. Archaeologists document the shifting seascape's destruction of archaeological and historical sites and offer long-term perspectives on human adaptation and maladaptation to environmental changes. This presentation is global in scope and includes Floridian archaeological perspectives. Uzi Baram is a Professor of Anthology and founding Director of the Public Archaeology Lab at New College of Florida.