Better for It: Research Conceived in Collaboration with Community
Welcome to the 2022–2023 season of the Archaeology Café, an eight-part series in which we explore the complexities of collaborative research.
One of Archaeology Southwest’s goals is co-creation and co-engagement with Indigenous nations and communities. Come along with us as we learn from this season’s presenters—experts who are conducting collaborative archaeological research that looks toward a more holistic understanding of the meanings and values of heritage.
Join us on the first Tuesday of each month from October through May to hear more about trust-building processes, crucial steps for creating and nurturing relationships, and lessons learned from minor or major stumbles. Gather with your fellow Archaeology Café community members over Zoom and be prepared to expand your thinking—we are!
Check out this season’s postcard here >>
Archaeology Café is made possible by The Smith Living Trust.
Banner image courtesy of P. K. Weis