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Archaeology Brown Bag

September 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Event Poster: Sonya Atalay
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“An Archaeology Led by Strawberries: Reclaiming, Storywork, & Indigenous Wellbeing”

Dr. Sonya Atalay
University of Massachusetts – Amherst

Friday, September 24, 2021
12:00 PM
Zoom – Zoom Link   Password = dVVyYnYrT3FoWFRNL21DZVhyQzZJZz09

In this talk I present my current work on a series of land-based archaeology and repatriation projects utilizing a community-based participatory research approach with Indigenous youth and elders. Centering Anishinaabe epistemologies and concepts of well- being, I explore how reclaiming traditional knowledge, ancestral remains, Indigenous language, and sacred sites can contribute to healing and well-being. I discuss my use of arts-based research and knowledge mobilization methods –including collaborative comics, storybaskets and counter mapping, and augmented reality applications — as part of Indigenous storywork, demonstrating how lessons drawn from reclaiming tangible and intangible heritage provide a model for imagining decolonial research futures.

Presented by: The Archaeology Brown Bag Series of the Department of Anthropology and the American Indian Studies program


 

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Date:
September 24
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Venue

Madison, WI United States