Principal Investigator:Lyons, Natasha L. Licenced Year(s):2010
This study will facilitate the interaction of Inuvialuit community members with a museum collection purchased from their forebears on the Anderson River in the mid 19th century, and will document present-day Inuvialuit knowledge about this collection. The project will also generate opportunities to build capacity amongst youth in videography and ethnographic documentation techniques. Finally, proj...
Principal Investigator:Lyons, Natasha L. Licenced Year(s):
Archaeologists are increasingly aware that engaging aboriginal peoples in research is essential. Public archaeology emphasizes community outreach and involvement, and this study aims to develop a program of public archaeology in collaboration with the Inuvialuit communities of Aklavik and Inuvik. The communities recognize that elders' knowledge is being lost at an unprecedented rate and this has ...