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#AAA2011 Anthropology Meeting in Montreal – our panel Thursday a.m.

3-0040 GITXAAŁA LAXYUUP (KITKATLA NATION): TRACING GITXAALA HISTORY AND CULTURE THROUGH ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY. Share | Thursday, November 17, 2011: 08:00-09:45   Abstract is available to registrants only. Please log in or register to view abstract text. This session would be of particular interest to: Those involved in mentoring activities, Students, Teachers of Anthropology in […]

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12th International Congress of Ethnobiology -Tofino BC

The Congress opened Sunday evening with a welcome and presentation from the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.  The hall at the Tin Wis Hotel was filled to standing room only from 7pm until past 10 in the evening. The Congress continues until Friday, May14.  Sessions and themes include Indigenous Forums, panels on food security, and a range […]

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Forests and Oceans for the Future Speakers Series

Upcoming speaker: March 8, 2007. 5:00 – 6:30 pm, AnSo Rm 2107. Dr. Kelly Bannister (Director, POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, U Vic.). “The Nexus of Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge.” The role of traditional knowledge in biodiversity science and decision-making has peaked serious interest by governments, policy-makers, academics, Indigenous communities and others around the world. […]

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