Speakers: Alisha Mohamed-Marchant, M.A., Archaeologist/Material Culture Analyst // Golder Associates Ltd.
Matthew Muttart, M.Sc., Archaeological Field Supervisor/Zooarchaeological Analyst // Golder Associates Ltd.
Topic: CRM Behind the Scenes
While the excavation and discovery of archaeological material in the field has always captured the attention of many, the detailed research and analysis that occurs once those artifacts and ecofacts arrive in the lab is an adventure of its own.
From flaked lithic tools to calcined animal bone, this presentation aims to provide a behind-the-scenes look at the various steps undertaken in the Cultural Resource Management sector to carefully process, analyze and store objects of cultural significance recovered from various Euro-Canadian and Indigenous sites across Ontario.
We encourage all interested persons to attend Toronto Chapter meetings free of charge and invite you to become a member of the OAS and the Chapter. Bring a friend!
We will be having a social with snacks and hot drinks! Feel free to bring the family or some friends!
Speaker: Holly Martelle, Principal, Timmins Martelle Heritage Consultants
Topic: Title TBA
Speaker: Shari Prowse, Review Officer, Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, and Jim Keron
Speaker: Dana Thacher, PhD Student, Dept. of Anthropology, McMaster University
Topic: Salvaging on the Coast of Erebus Bay, King William Island: An Analysis of Inuit Interaction with Material from the Franklin Expedition
Speaker: Amy St. John, PhD Candidate, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Western Ontario
Topic: Using Micro Computed Tomography to explore Ceramic Rim Formation Practices on a Late Woodlands Borderland
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