Date & Time: November 15 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Location: Science Building, Room 322

Join the Department of Anthropology and Anthropology Club for a Smithsonian webcast screening.

Archaeology lets us explore what it means to be human, but the field is shaped by those who participate in it and the knowledge systems they prioritize. This 90-minute panel discussion will highlight the importance of recognizing and including Indigenous traditional knowledge and perspectives as five Native American archaeologists share their experiences and challenges in a field created by colonizers. (Source: Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History)

Accessing Archaeology Webcast Speakers

Moderator

  • Dorothy Lippert (Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History)

Featured Speakers

  • Desireé Reneé Martinez (Cogstone Resource Management, Pimu Catalina Island Archaeology Project)
  • Peter Nelson (UC Berkeley)
  • Anastasia Walhovd (Makoons Consulting)
  • Joe Watkins (Archaeological and Cultural Education Consultants, LLC)

Can’t make it to the screening? Sign up to join virtually.

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