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Reconstructing History at the Smithsonian

Doug Owsley (M.A. '75, Ph.D. '78), Curator and Head of the Division of Physical Anthropology at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, invited another UT alum, forensic artist Joanna Hughes (B.A. '02), to spend a week in Washington, D.C. in order to reconstruct the faces of several early Americans. Joanna writes:

"It was a great honor to work with the Smithsonian. A lot of hard work but a lot of fun, too."

Hughes' sculptures will be part of the Natural History Museum's Jamestown exhibit, which is scheduled to open in November 2008. Dr. Owsley anticipates nearly 6 million visitors will witness the exhibit during its 18-month run.


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