Thursday, December 02, 2021
Archived Events

2014 Algonquian Peoples Conference

Sponsored by the Native American Institute The Native American Institute of the Hudson River Valley is a voluntary organization associated with Native Americans, educators, students, and interested community groups. The purpose of the Institute is to promote awareness of the First Nations of America and particularly those Native Americans, who lived in what is now […]

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Conference on Iroquois Research

Since 1945, The Conference on Iroquois Research has provided a unique collaborative forum for anthropologists, archaeologists, sociologists, artists, ethnohistorians, historians, linguists, and Native scholars and Elders whose research focuses on the Haudenosaunee. This academic retreat fosters a holistic approach where native and non-native researchers from all disciplines share the same podium with only one session […]

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X-Ray Fluorescence Workshop

For Archaeologists and Museum Professionals at the Iroquois Indian Museum For analysis of major and trace elements in rocks, glass, ceramic, minerals, and sediment. When: Friday, September 19, 2014 Schedule 10am to 3pm 10am Introduction to the Technology 11 am Demonstration using the XFR 12pm Lunch Break (on your own) 12:30-2pm Using the XRF and […]

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT   TITLE: Archaeological Collections Manager DEPARTMENT: Academic Affairs   TYPICAL DUTIES: Under the general direction of the Provost and the supervision of the Dean of Social Sciences, the Archaeological Collections Manager is responsible for collections management and for working with faculty and students to facilitate their use of the collections. The incumbent serves […]

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