Knowledge Mobilization and Engagement through Community Archaeology
On Friday 2 December,. 3-5pm in QC-2013 a panel of researchers from the MUN archaeology community will speak about the impact and the lessons learned from the practice of “community archaeology” in fieldwork. This discussion will help to understand how engaging a community is a way to ensure good governance and implement best practices regarding heritage.
Participants: Dr. Marica Cassis, Dr. Barry Gaulton, Dr. Scott Nielsen, Chelsee Arbour, Meghan Walley, Kayley Sherret.
Contact Dr. Catherine Losier to find out more.
Come and join the discussion!