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Anthropology Lecture Series - Deconstructing the master narrative Using public archaeology and history to uncover Oregon’s Early Chinese Diaspora

The OSU School of Language, Culture and Society Anthropology Lecture Series presents "Deconstruction the master narrative: Using public archaeology and history to uncover Oregon's early Chinese diaspora" with guest speaker Chelsea Rose from Southern Oregon University.

This talk will cover the recent findings from the Oregon Chinese Diaspora Project- a multi-agency collaboration dedicated to research and education on the transnational lives of Oregon’s early Chinese residents. To date, research has explored mining and railroad camps, Chinatowns, and the role of Chinese merchants in rural communities.

Free and open to all. 

 

Friday, February 5 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lecture or Presentation

Event Topic

Academic, Diversity/Equity/Inclusion, Research

Audience

Community Members, Faculty and Staff, Student, Alumni, Online

Website

http://beav.es/Jqi

Cost

Free and open to all.

Organization
College of Liberal Arts, School of Language, Culture, and Society
Contact Name

Shaozheng Zhang

Contact Email

shaozheng.zhang@oregonstate.edu

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