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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 4:00pm to 6:00pmVirtual Event
The eigth webinar to emerge from CIAMS's collaboration with the Society of Black Archaeologists (SBA) and Indigenous Archaeology Collective (IAC) is entitled, "The Fire This Time: Black and Indigenous Ecologies".
In the past year, the world witnessed devastating fire seasons in Australia and the U.S. West, an Atlantic hurricane season with a record thirty storms, and a global pandemic. In each of these cases, among the losses of many, marginalized communities have borne the brunt of cascading environmental catastrophes, experiencing loss of lands and significant costs to community health and wellness. This panel, composed of leading Black and Indigenous archaeologists and artists, considers what it means to confront the challenges of a changing climate alongside the legacies of environmental racism. How does our understanding of past and present ecologies allow us to imagine new ethics of care and responsibility for all of our relations? And what shared obligations do such ethics create for archaeological practice?
Dr. Peter Nelson, Coast Miwok and citizen of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria; Assistant Professor of ESPM and Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley
Dr. Isabel Rivera-Collazo, Assistant Professor on Biological, Ecological and Human Adaptation to Climate Change, Department of Anthropology and Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego
Dr. Kristina Douglass, Joyce and Doug Sherwin Early Career Professor in the Rock Ethics Institute and Assistant Professor of Anthropology and African Studies at Penn State University
Dr. Justin Hosbey. Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Emory University
Jerrel Singer, Diné Artist
register for the event here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HQ3DpjA-SF-GIsr4-L4Npg