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The Archaeology of Burning Man

February 29, 2012

Carolyn White and Brian BoydMonday night marked the second packed house in a row for the monthly meeting of the New York Academy of Sciences’ Anthropology section, hosted as always at the Wenner-Gren offices. This time, the hot topic (no pun intended) was Burning Man, the infamous counter-cultural event which metastasizes for months in the Nevadan desert before evaporating without a trace in the early autumn after a week of come-as-you-are celebrations of free expression.

Listen to an MP3 of the lecture, comments, and the Q&A with the audience.

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