WAC Sponsored Sessions or Conferences
WAC supports a range of meetings which are informed by the Codes of Ethics
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Pacific Island Archaeology in the 21st Century: Relevance and Engagement Koror, Palau, 1-3 July, 2009
The conference - Pacific Island Archaeology in the 21st Century:
Relevance and Engagement - examines how natural and cultural heritage studies and archaeology are relevant to the sociopolitical, economic, and environmental challenges facing contemporary and future societies in Pacific islands. How can knowledge of the past inform current perceptions, decisions, and actions of local communities in relation to their heritage? How do these connections encourage the engagement of researchers with the local community and of the indigenous community with heritage investigations?
Academics, governmental agencies, indigenous groups, and cultural resource professionals are encouraged to present critical discussions regarding the potential significance and contribution of heritage to the resolution of contemporary issues and practical methods for encouraging and developing opportunities for community-based cultural heritage preservation and management.
European Association of Archaeologists
12th Annual Meeting
19th-24th September, 2006
Archaeology in Europe: Global or Parochial?
Arek Marciniak and Claire Smith
ARCHAEOLGY AND THE POSTCOLONIAL CRITIQUE
11th-14th November, 2006
Global Adventures in Decolonisation: decolonizing archaeology
now that everybody thinks of the world as being post-colonial
Claire Smith, Ken Isaacson and George Nicholas
Decoding Implications of the Genographic Project for Archaeology
George Nicholas and Julie Hollowell