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Drew Armstrong Presents A Damming History at CMNH

Drew Armstrong will discuss the impact of dams in “A Damming History: Cultural and Ecological Consequences in Egypt and Pittsburgh” on Thursday, April 22, 2021. The webinar, organized by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, invites participants to watch two film--Lake of Betrayal (about the Kinzua dam) and The World Saves Abu Simbe--prior to the virtual discussion on Earth Day. Other presenters include filmmaker Caleb G. Abrams and Christine Johnston, Assistant Professor of Ancient Mediterranean History at Western Washington University. Learm more about the event at CMNH.