30th Annual California Indian Conference

30th Annual California Indian Conference

A memory archive for the 30th California Indian Conference The California Indian Conference (CIC) was inaugurated at UC Berkeley in 1985 as an event committed to the sharing and exchange of knowledge, scholarship, and issues of importance related to Native California....
New epistemologies, practices and ethics of storytelling

New epistemologies, practices and ethics of storytelling

Web plat(per)form(ing) social issues: New epistemologies, practices and ethics of storytelling Montréal, Canada, 27-29 April, 2015 Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS), Concordia University Program: With the democratization of media by its...
April 1st | ARF Brown Bag: Cinzia Perlingieri

April 1st | ARF Brown Bag: Cinzia Perlingieri

ARF Brown bag | April 1 | 12-1 p.m. | Archaeological Research Facility, UC Berkeley Speaker: Cinzia Perlingieri, University of California, Berkeley. Medhin’s story is similar to many other stories I heard during my ethnoarchaeological research in Tigray. For me, she became both a symbol of the unfortunate condition of many women in Tigray and a beacon that guided my own journey into the culture and history of this region.

CoDA live on DigTech, the CRM Archaeology Podcast

CoDA live on DigTech, the CRM Archaeology Podcast

  CoDA live on DigTech, the CRM Archaeology Podcast July 18, 2014 In mid-July 2014, Chris Webster (@ArcheoWebby) of DigTech LLC, ventured up to our Larkspur office to record a podcast with Tyler and Michael about Digital Archaeology. We shared some of our success...
Mobilizing the Past For a Digital Future

Mobilizing the Past For a Digital Future

  Mobilizing the Past For a Digital Future, 2015 Boston, MA – February 27 – 28, 2015 Organizers: Erin Walcek Averett (Creighton University), Derek Counts (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Jody Gordon (Wentworth Institute of Technology), and Michael K....