Department of Anthropology and Archaeology

Kids learning archaeological methods

Community engagement

**NEW CONTENT**

The Public Archaeology Program was put on hold this summer due to COVID and we hope to be back in 2021.

Meanwhile we have some new and exciting online exercises that are targeted at Grade 7-12 students. If you are an educator and need more information please check out our community engagement page! 

Browse our other community engagement projects. Including, Aboriginal Youth Engagement and Digitally Preserving Alberta's Heritage.

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News and announcements


Congratulations Amanda Foote (PhD student) who was selected as a 2020 Student Scholar for the Association for Preservation Technology.

Foote also presented her paper: “Reconciliation? Restoration and Preservation of an Alberta historic Church” at the APT – National Trust Joint Conference 2020....

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“Excavations at the so-called Villa di Tito, Castel Sant’Angelo (RI), May to June, 2019”

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Archeology and culture combined at Siksika Nation field program

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"La Arqueología de Granada"

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In the media


In the News: Amanda Melin, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Chicago Tribune

COVID infections in animals prompt scientific concern

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In the News: Amanda Melin, Anthropology and Archaeology, in ABS-CBN News

Dogs, cats, monkeys, mink: COVID infections in animals prompt scientific concern

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In the News: Amanda Melin and Mareike Janiak, Anthropology and Archaeology, in CityNews Winnipeg

Primates also need protection from COVID-19: Calgary-led study

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In the News: Amanda Melin and Mareike Janiak, Anthropology and Archaeology, in Technology Networks

Key Genetic Similarities Put Apes and Some Monkeys at Risk of COVID-19

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Events


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