Graduate students in ANTH 503 (Seminar in Cultural Resources Management) decided to dress like their teacher – who donned Victorian garb for the day. (Standing, left to right) Kat Kubal, Gavin Gardner, Adrian Praetzellis, Sandra Price, Kate Erickson; (kneeling) Chris Lloyd, Wesley Wills, Thea Fuerstenberg, Erin-Sugako Davenport, Mary Gerbic. (Photo: Kate Erickson)
CLASSES FOR NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES
In addition to classes at SSU, I also teach 1-3 day workshops in cultural resources management to Native American tribes. I put on these classes via the Anthropological Studies Center with staff members and students in our MA program.
- Historic Preservation Laws and Regs (federal and State)
- Archaeological Monitoring for Native Americans
- How to Identify and Record Archaeological Sites
- Not all archaeologists are Evil
Classes usually have classroom and field components -- we generally spend the morning in class and the afternoon visiting local archaeological sites.
Among the groups who have asked us to present these classes are:
- The Middletown Band of Pomo Indians ( Twin Pine Casino)
- The Robinson Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians
- United Auburn Indian Community
- Karuk Tribe of California
- Concow Maidu of Mooretown Rancheria
(Last updated 8/21/12)