Monday, February 3, 2014

Discuss Community-Based and Indigenous Archaeology With Us!

Discuss Community-Based and Indigenous Archaeology PDF Flyer

February 10, 2014.
1-3 pm.

Join us in an open discussion and free pizza lunch with Dr. Sonya Atalay about the importance of recognition for cultural and intellectual property in archaeological ethics and multiple community voices in anthropology.

Room 264

If you would like to RSVP, please email us at .

For more information, contact:
Marti L. Chaatsmith
 Associate Director
Newark Earthworks Center

The Multicultural Center of the Ohio State University Columbus will also be hosting
 an event with Dr. Sonya Atalay February 11, 2014.
Details will be forthcoming.

Dr. Sonya Atalay

For more information about Dr. Sonya Atalay,
visit her blog here.

Her research specialties include:
  • Community-based Archaeology
  • Public Anthropology
  • Indigenous Archaeology
  • Cultural and Intellectual Property
  • NAGPRA (Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act)
  • Archaeological Ethics
  • Foodways Archaeology
Her current research project is a research initiative with the Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada in "Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage".

Recent Publications and Presentations*:
* If a full PDF is possible for Ohio State University students a link is included; 
campus sign-in may be required.
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