Medicines: They’re Not Just for Breakfast Anymore!

Prehistoric Medicinal Plant Use in North America

Dr. Michele Williams, Director, Florida Public Archaelogy Network, Southeast Region

Historically, medicinal plants exist on an ethnobotanical continuum from food to medicine to ritual with few plants firmly entrenched in one category.  Evidence for this continuum’s existence in North American prehistory will be presented, as will the paleoethnobotanical issues surrounding investigations of this nature.

Mondays, 4:00 - 5:15 p.m.

Classroom NU 201
(Nursing Building)

For further information: (561) 297-4225