Dr. Levin examines teeth from the early settlers in the lab at Jamestown.

What Can Teeth Tell Us? Life and Death in Early Colonial Jamestown

Penn Museum, Widener Lecture Room, 3260 South Street, University of Pennsylvania on November  4, 2017
What can the study of skeletal material teach us about life and death? Join an investigation of the teeth and skeletal remains from the colonial site of Jamestown, VA with Janet Monge, PhD, Associate Curator and Keeper of Physical Anthropology and Adjunct Associate Professor in Penn’s Department of Anthropology, and Martin D. Levin, DMD, Adjunct Professor, Department of Endodontics at Penn Dental Medicine, as our expert guides.