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SHI lecture will share story of returned headdress

Sealaska Heritage will present a free lecture from a French anthropologist and visiting scholar at noon Wednesday in the Walter Soboleff Building.The lecture by Marie Mauze, Ph.D., will tell the...
SHI to sponsor lecture on repatriation of headdress by visiting scholar

...Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a free lecture by French anthropologist and visiting scholar Marie Mauze on the repatriation...U'Mista Culture Centre (Alert Bay). Mauze, an anthropologist with the College de France, was instrumental in...
What's happening for the week of June 24 to July 1

...Wednesday, July 1, Living History Center, Walter Soboleff Building. Hosted by Sealaska Heritage Institute. Led by French anthropologist and visiting scholar Marie Mauze, Ph.D., who will focus on a Kwakwak'awakw headdress acquired in 1965 by French poet...
Evening at Egan to feature sociocultural anthropologist Tom Thornton

...The Bird's-Eye View of Future Earth."His talk begins at 7 p.m. at the Egan Library.Thornton, a sociocultural anthropologist and a former professor at the University of Alaska Southeast, will focus on Southeast Alaskan narratives of understanding...
Dauenhauer: 'Songs of vision and experience' many titles: poet, translator, scholar, linguist, anthropologist historian, editor, educator, anthologist. And in Juneau...then SHF) from 1983 to 1997. Chuck Smythe, cultural anthropologist and director of the Culture and History Department at SHI...
Anthropologist, author Lydia Black dies at 81

KODIAK - Anthropologist Lydia Black, who wrote several books on Alaska native culture and Alaska history, died Monday of liver failure at her home in...
Native spoons draw anthropologist to Southeast

...been in the collection of Harvard University's Peabody Museum for decades, but virtually nothing was known about them. Anthropologist Ann-Marie Victor-Howe is in Juneau from the Cambridge, Mass., museum, this month to interview Native elders and...
National Geographic explorer Davis to speak in Juneau May 14

Author, anthropologist and National Geographic explorer Wade Davis will be in Juneau next week to give a presentation based on his book, "The Sacred...
National Geographic Explorer to speak at JACC

The public is invited to join acclaimed author, anthropologist and National Geographic Explorer Wade Davis as he speaks about the Sacred Headwaters campaign at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 14...
Rainy Day Reads: Have you heard about poetry? It's really great. much. Yourlaycitizenry have other forms of fun.Still, who would wish to live in a cultureof which future anthropologists would sayOddly, they had none? I know what you're thinking - April was National Poetry Month?* Yes, it was...


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