SoAn Climate Change & Cultural Heritage Symposium
Climate change affects communities and their cultural heritage in many different ways. Our speakers will present archaeological research focused on the ways Indigenous peoples of the Northwest have adapted to changing environments in the past. In addition, we will hear about how climate change impacts the stewardship of cultural resources at present.
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Washington State University
Anthropological archaeologist with research broadly centered on human autonomy and human-environmental dynamics in North America, archaeological science, historical ecology, traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) framework.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Arkansas
Environmental archaeologist who uses paleoethnobotanical, geoarchaeological, and computational tools to explore how past people interacted with and related to their natural and built environments.
STELL Environmental Consulting and Planning Solutions
Stell is a progressive nationwide veteran-owned and woman-owned infrastructure, energy and environmental consulting firm specializing in complete cloud-enabled infrastructure optimization and detailed environmental planning, from assessment to implementation.
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Murray Board Room, Wheelock Student Center, Room 108