ASU bioarchaeologists are studying the remains of some of ancient humans from the Sahara to understand how their changing climate affected their ability and need to move across the landscape.
“Chaucerian Comedy and the Senses (of Humor)”
April 18, Tempe campus
Biennial Chaucer Celebration at ASU. Features: rountable discussions, a concert by the Phoenix Early Music Ensemble, a hands-on introduction to the Caucer holding at ASU and a showing of "Monty Pythong and the Holy Grail." https://asunews.asu.edu/20140404-chaucer-celebration-humor
Italian Film Festival USA
April 26, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Coor Hall, room 174, Tempe campus
The event features four recent award-winning Italian films screened in Italian language with English subtitles. Faculty members from the Italian program in the school will be on hand to answer cultural questions. More information