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Interpreting the Past: Ceremonial Stone Landscapes

Friday, October 30, 2015 - 9:00am

Widener Lecture Room
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Interpreting the Past: Ceremonial Stone Landscapes of the Northeast

This conference will feature discussions investigating stone landscapes in the Northeast, identification of heritage and sacred sites, the need for documentation, dating and GIS analysis, and models for strong academic and collaborative projects in the US.

Friday, October 20 from 9am-5:30 pm

Speakers include:

• Jesse Bergevin, Historic Resources Specialist Oneida Indian Nation

• Kathleen Bragdon, College of William and Mary

• Daniel Cassedy, RPA Principal Archaeologist [Deputy Department Manager - Cultural Resources] AECOM

• Brian I. Daniels, Penn Cultural Heritage Center, Penn Museum

• Alex J. Flick, The Public Archaeology Laboratory

• Doug Harris, Narragansett Indian Tribe, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer

• Julia A. King, St. Mary's College of Maryland

• Richard M. Leventhal, Penn Cultural Heritage Center, Penn Museum

• Laurie Rush, Cultural Resources Program Manager, Fort Drum, NY

Hosted by the Penn Cultural Heritage Center