Alan Boraas: Fish, Family, Freedom and Sacred Water, The Salmon Cultures of Bristol Bay

2013-05-17 by

Dr. Alan Boraas delivered this talk at the UAA Fine Arts Building in Room 150 on April 10, 2013.

This event was sponsored by the UAA Anthropology Club and by the National Parks Conservation Foundation.

This event was podcast on April 10. 2013.



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UAA Anthropology Club
Website
National Parks Conservation Association
Website
Dr. Alan Boraas
Academic bio, UAA Website

Professor Michael H. Crawford, University of Kansas, 'Settlement of the Aleutian Archipelago: Genetics, Environment and Subsistence'

2013-03-27 by

Michael H. Crawford is a professor of biological anthropology and genetics at the University of Kansas. He has published more than 250 academic papers in a long career that began with a doctorate from the University of Washington.

His research reflects areas of interest within anthropology and archaeology, but also within the biological sciences.

This event was sponsored by the UAA Anthropology Club and recorded on March 18, 2013.



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Professor Michael H. Crawford
Bio page, University of Kansas
Laboratory of Biological Anthropology
Website, University of Kansas
UAA Anthropology Club
Contact page

Anthropologist Carol Ellick on 'To Share or Not to Share: Archaeological Education as a Mechanism to Reduce Looting'

2012-09-16 by

UAA’s Anthropology Club hosted a visit by cultural education expert Carol Ellick. Her talk is titled, “To Share or Not to Share: Archaeological Education as a Mechanism to Reduce Looting.”

She has a B.A. in anthropology with a specialization in archaeology from The Evergreen State College and an M.A. in education with a specialization in curriculum and instruction from Chapman University. She brings more than 30 years of archaeological and cultural education and public outreach experience to every client and project.

This podcast was recorded Sept. 7, 2012.



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Archaeological and Cultural Education Consultants
Website
UAA Anthropology Club
Website

'Anthropology Graduate's Guide: From Student to Career'

2012-09-16 by

The UAA Anthropology Club hosted Dr. Joe Watkins and Carol Ellick, co-authors of the book. In this podcast, they discuss their guidelines with UAA’s Anthropology students.

This podcast was recorded Sept. 7, 2012.



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Green & Gold news site
Article about their visit to UAA
UAA Anthropology Club
Website
Dr. Joe Watkins
University of Oklahoma bio page
Archaeological and Cultural Education Consultants
Website
Carol Ellick
Bio Page

Dr. Joe Watkins, Chocktaw Indian and indigenous archaeologist on 'Indigenous Archaeology as a Decolonizing Mechanism'

2012-09-08 by

Watkins is currently the Director of the Native American Studies Program at the University of Oklahoma. He was an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico from 2003-2007. He is Choctaw Indian, and has been involved in archaeology for more than 40 years. He received his B.A. in anthropology from the University of Oklahoma and his M.A. and doctorate in anthropology from Southern Methodist University, where his work examined archaeologists’ responses to questionnaire scenarios concerning their perceptions of American Indian issues.

His current study interests include the ethical practice of anthropology and the study of anthropology’s relationships with descendant communities and aboriginal populations, and he has published numerous articles on these topics. His first book “Indigenous Archaeology: American Indian Values and Scientific Practice” (AltaMira Press, 2000) is in its second printing, and his latest book, “Reclaiming Physical Heritage: Repatriation and Sacred Sites” (Chelsea House Publishers 2005) is aimed Carol Ellick will speak at UAA Friday Sept. 7 3-4:30 p.m. in RH 101toward creating an awareness of Native American issues among high school students.

This podcast was recorded Sept. 6, 2012.



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For More Information:

Green & Gold news site
Story announcing appearance on campus
Time Team America
PBS archaeology series featuring Dr. Joe Watkins
University of Oklahoma Native American Studies
Bio page for Dr. Joe Watkins
UAA Anthropology Club
Website
UAA Department of Anthropology
Website

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