Jan. 29, History Channel contributor and noted archaeologist, Dr. Ed Barnhart, to speak at Columbia College

Columbia College-Evening Campus

Dr. Edwin Barnhart
WHO: Dr. Ed Barnhart is one of the leading experts in Mayan archaeology; his exploits include discovering the ancient Mayan city of Ma’ax Na and directing the Mexican government’s Palenque Mapping Project, which was a three-year endeavor to map the undiscovered ruins of Palenque.

Barnhart’s work has garnered national media attention, as he has made numerous appearances on the History Channel, Fox News and the Discovery Channel. Barnhart also teaches courses in Maya astronomy and sacred geometry at the National Science Foundation, and is a Fellow of the Explorer’s Club.

WHAT: Columbia College hosts Dr. Ed Barnhart, director of the Maya Exploration Center.

WHEN: Tuesday, Jan. 29
Event begins at 4 p.m.

WHERE: Columbia College - 1001 Rogers St.
Dorsey Gymnasium, Dorsey Hall

Parking is available at the corner of Rogers Street and 10th Street.

Photo courtesy of Maya Exploration Center.