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Anthropology Lecture Series: Cultural Landscape Model for the Southern Northwest Coast Cultural Area

Justin Rohde, Rohde Archaeology, Six Rivers National Forest, Speaker

Static archaeological site reports in general provide little context for understanding the broader settlement patterns of "complex-hunter-gatherer-fishers" of the Southernmost Northwest Coast Cultural Area. Patterning across large areas of southern Oregon and northern California is evident in both an archaeological and ethnographic context. The presentation will demonstrate how a GIS-based cultural landscape model can be used to explore questions such as travel movements, resource procurement strategies, identity and social change, cultural diffusion, and Native language geography related to various member tribes of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, etc. 

Free. Open to all via Zoom

Friday, January 14 at 12:00pm to 12:50pm

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Faculty and Staff, Student


Anthropology, anthropology lecture series, Justin Rohde, Rohde Archaeology



College of Liberal Arts, School of Language, Culture, and Society
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Shaozeng Zhang

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