William R. Adams Zooarchaeology Collection

A History of Human-Animal Relationships

When: August through December 31, 2018
Where: The William R. Adams Zooarchaeology Laboratory (WRAZL), Student Building

The William R. Adams offers a special exhibit in the hallway of the basement of the Student Building for the Fall semester as part of the IU College Animal/Human Themester, featuring animal populations in their collection that have been affected by human impacts, development, and preservation.  “Featured animals” will rotate every two weeks to cover a variety of geographic places, animal types, unique histories, and efforts by humans to both eradicate and save animal species across the world.  Follow us on social media as we add stories about human successes and failures in trying to manage our Featured Animal through time.