17th Annual Native American-Archaeology Roundtable

october, 2022

29oct9:00 amFeatured17th Annual Native American-Archaeology RoundtableInstitute for American Indian Studies9:00 am

Event Details

Saturday October 29th @ 9:00am
In-Person Event, with a virtual component

Foods can become associated and dissociated with certain groups over time, which in turn affects cultural identity. Tribal food sovereignty seeks to redress the associative ownership of Indigenous land and foodways that were lost, subsumed, and isolated by colonization. This year, the Institute for American Indian Studies’ 17th Annual Native American-Archaeology Roundtable will focus on the ways in which current approaches to the archaeology of food can support Indigenous communities with food sovereignty projects. Whether you are an archaeologist, Indigenous food specialist, or just someone who is interested in learning more. Come join the discussion centered around this important topic.

Please note: This in person event will take place at the Litchfield Intermediate School. If you cannot attend in person, portions of this event will be recorded and posted on IAIS’s Vimeo on Demand Page: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/iaismuseum.

Register here


(Saturday) 9:00 am