Upcoming Campus Lecture Series (Related): Fall Quarter 2014 NAS Brown Bag Lecture Series

Fall Quarter 2014 NAS Brown Bag Lecture Series
***Special focus on NAGPRA-related research, policy, and practice***
Wednesdays from 12:15pm-1:30pm
Risling Room (3201 Hart Hall)

The Native American Studies Department at UC Davis hosts a quarterly lunchtime lecture series featuring presentations by UC Davis faculty and graduate students, as well as invited regional guests whose work addresses issues central to Native American and Indigenous Studies.

10/15: Megon Noble, M.A., NAGPRA Project Manager at UC Davis
“NAGPRA at UC Davis: Past, Present, Future”

10/29: Darren Modzelewski, J.D., Ph.D., L.L.M., Teaching Fellow at James E Rogers, College of Law at the University of Arizona
“Archaeo-Legal Landscapes of Identity: Defining ‘Indian’ in a Post NAGPRA World”

11/5: Marcos Guerrero, Cultural Resources Manager, United Auburn Indian Community of the Auburn Rancheria
“United Auburn Indian Community NAGPRA in Practice”

11/19: Jelmer Eerkens, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology at UC Davis
“Archaeological Approaches to Reconstructing Foodways and Warfare in Central California”

12/3: Cutcha Risling Baldy and Vanessa Esquivido, Ph.D. Candidates in NAS at UC Davis
“The Uneasy Remains Film Project & UC Davis: Investigating NAPGRA Implementation and Policies at the University of California”

12/10: Doris Maldonado, UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in NAS at UC Davis
“Rethinking Archaeological Practice and Relationships, Past and Present: Lessons from Honduras and Mexico

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