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Archaeology, Social Relevance and Community Engagement
Join us for a webinar to explore archaeology and community engagement, and how archaeology can be more relevant to present day issues and more accessible to wider audiences. Presenters will share how collaboration between archaeologists and groups who have ties to the sites can benefit each other and the local community, as well as enrich the understanding of sites and how they relate to broader local history.

The webinar will be moderated by Timothy Roberts, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. Speakers include Dr. Kelley Deetz, Director of Collections and Visitor Engagement at Stratford Hall; Chief G. Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock Indian Tribe; Dr. Julia King, Professor and Chair Department of Anthropology, St. Mary’s College, Maryland; Dr. Iris Carter Ford, Professor Emerita, St. Mary’s College of Maryland and Representative of the Montpelier Descendant Community; and Matthew Reeves, Director of Archaeology and Landscape Restoration at the Montpelier Foundation.

Nov 17, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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