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On 27 Feb 2019, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released a public statement about an investigation into Don Miller, a collector who acquired 42,000 artifacts from around the world and was accused of looting or buying illegal antiquities, as well as skeletons from about 500 Native American individuals. In 2014, with Miller’s cooperation,… Read More
2019 AIA ANNUAL MEETING San Diego, California Saturday, 5 JAN TITLE: Current Events and Heritage Protection: Efforts to Protect Culture at Risk MODERATOR: Brian I. Daniels, University of Pennsylvania Museum SPEAKERS: Dr. C. Brian Rose, University Museum of Pennsylvania; Dr. Sarah Parcak, University of Alabama; Dr. Laurie Rush, US Army Cultural Heritage Manager; Dr. Elizabeth… Read More
The US Army has published its job description for Heritage and Preservation Civil Affairs Officers. This new position has the SI (Skill Identifier) 6V and is within the new specialty (G) series within Civil Affairs. It says this position becomes effective in October 2019. Here is the full posting for the position: Department of the… Read More
The Society of American Archaeology (SAA) will hold its Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 10-14, 2019. Advance conference registration is available until Mar 12; registration for sightseeing excursions is ongoing until Mar 8. This conference is similar to the AIA Annual Meeting, but focuses on North, Central, and South American archaeology.
Lecture: Saving the Past for the People: A Critique of the “Universal” Heritage Model with Stephennie Mulder
Saving the Past for the People: A Critique of the “Universal” Heritage Model with Stephennie Mulder For the past six years, the world has watched in horror as Syria, Iraq, and Yemen have endured some of the worst human and heritage violence since World War II. In this talk, Stephennie will argue that the dominant… Read More