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
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'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

UAA's Drew Cason on 'Mapping Landscape Values in the University District'

2012-09-16 by

Drew Cason shares his research about community and urban expansion. He conducted research this past summer on ‘mapping landscape values in the university district. He explains how the public’s views are taken into consideration in the public policy arena.

This event was sponsored by the UAA Campus Bookstore. The talk was recorded on Sept. 12, 2012.



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Resilience and Adaptive Management Group
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UAA Campus Bookstore
Websit

'Caging John Cage: The Life and Times of an American Genius' Sept 5. 1912-Aug. 12, 1992

2012-09-16 by

In honor of the 20Sept. th anniversary of John Cage’s death, professors Sean Licka (Department of Art), Philip Munger (Department of Music) and Chris Sweeney (Department of Music) present an overview of John Cage’s life, music and legacy.

Read more about John Cage at the links below the recording.

This event was sponsored by the UAA Campus Bookstore. It was recorded Sept. 13, 2012.



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Green & Gold news site
Event Announcement
Wikipedia
Page on John Cage
UAA Campus Bookstore
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