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Initial meeting of project collaborators in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
With funding from the Wenner-Gren Foundation, eleven African and five international consulting anthropologists will analyze the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) process in East Africa through four topics: (1) the ethnographic process, (2) economic and political pressures, (3) communicating LID community concerns, and (4) ensuring project benefits to LID communities while protecting sensitive information.
Collaborators' initial meeting at the Santa Fe Institute.
Queens University Belfast Student Union Bar
Over the last decade, social inequality has emerged as a major research area in the historical sciences. New methods for assessing wealth and living standards from the archaeological record have been developed, from the use of Gini coefficients on artefactual and architectural data to bioarchaeological approaches to health and wellbeing. These have been marshalled to ... Read more
A design workshop co-sponsored by CfAS and the Amerind Museum, Dragoon, AZ.