Black Heritage Resources: Why They Matter [Career Pathways]
When: February 15, 2023 3:00-4:30 PM ET
Duration: 1 hours
Individual Registration: Free to SAA members; $30 for non-members
Group Registration: Free to SAA members; $30 for non-members
Kimball Banks, PhD, RPA
Dr. Banks is a Principal investigator at Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. He specializes in cultural resource management, Native American consultation, historic preservation law, North American archaeology, and North African prehistory.
Maria Franklin, PhD
Dr. Franklin is a Professor at the University of Texas, Austin. Her expertise is in historical archaeology, black-feminist theory, African Diaspora studies, race, and gender. She served as the chair of the Black Heritage Resources Task Force.
J.W. Joseph, PhD, RPA
Dr. Joseph is co-founder, Director, and Project Manager at New South Associates. He has experience in historical archeology, HABS/HAER documentation, Native American consultation, Traditional Cultural Property studies, and specializes in African-American studies.
Sarah Herr, PhD, RPA
Dr. Herr is the President of Desert Archaeology, Inc. and editor of SAA’s Advances in Archaeological Practice. She specializes in prehistoric and early historic Southwest United States and cultural resource management.
All panelists served on the Black Heritage Resources Task Force.
The majority of this session will be a discussion. It is open for attendees to ask questions and for the panelists to receive input on the findings and recommendations of the Task Force.
Sponsored by the Black Heritage Resources Task Force. 15% of each non-member registration will be donated to SAA's Student Excellence in Archaeology Scholarship, which is designed to increase recruitment and retention of under represented students in archaeology. The remainder of the fee is used to keep SAA's Continuing Education program running.
- Describe how State Historic Preservation Offices treat Black Heritage Resources
- Explore differences between states and regions in how these resources are treated
- Recommend how to improve the management of Black cultural resources and consultation
- Discuss together how to engage Black stakeholders better across the United States and its territories in the management of their Heritage Resources