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Newsletter: Volume 27 April 2009

Contributions to the next WAC Newsletter due 18th May 2009

Archaeologists Without Borders Workshop

Report on the website of the World Archaeological Congress

Archaeologies of Art Podcast Series Launched!

Call for WAC members to nominate Indigenous people

World Archaeological Congress honors Larry Zimmerman

Dr Andree Rosenfeld

Recommendation on ERA Draft Quality Ranking

WAC-6 Media Releases

WAC-6 Closing Ceremony Speech

Portuguese WAC-6 Media Releases

German WAC-6 Media Releases

Spanish WAC-6 Media Releases

Turkish WAC-6 Media Releases

Czech. WAC-6 Media Release on Iran

 

 


Introduction - Programme - Accommodation - Protocol - Tourism - Travel To Venue - Map Of Auckland - Alt Registraion

Programme

Tuesday 8 November

8.30

Assemble at marae

9.00-10.00

Powhiri - welcome to visitors

10.00-10.30

Morning tea and registration

10.30-11.00

Whanaungatanga - Introduction of international guests

11.00-12.00

Official opening by key-note speaker Linda Smith

12.00-1.00

Lunch

1.00-3.00

Session: Who is Indigenous?

3.00-3.30

Afternoon tea

3.30-5.30

Panel: Indigenous Paths to Archaeology

5.30-6.00

Summing up - Identification of Issues

6.00-7.00

Conversation with Peter Ucko

7.00-8.30

Opening Reception

Wednesday 9 November

8.30-10.30

Panel: Relationships between archaeologists, teaching institutions, heritage organisations, and Māori

10.30-11.00

Morning tea and registration

11.00-12.30

Session: The Representation Of Indigenous Peoples In Archaeological Theory 

12.30-1.30

Lunch

1.30-3.00

Session: Museums: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

3.00-3.30

Afternoon tea

3.30-4.00

Conversation with Jack Golson

4.00-5.30

Session: Contemporary Issues in Indigenous Archaeology

5.30-6.00

Summing up - Identification of Issues

6.00-7.00

Book Launch or Poster Display

7.00-8.30

Trip to Auckland War Memorial Museum

Thursday 10 November Free Day/Field Trip

Friday 11 November

8.30-10.30

Session: Resolving The Conflicts Between Archaeological And Indigenous Significance In Heritage Assessments

10.30-11.00

Morning tea and registration

11.00-12.30

Session/Panel: Parallel Perspectives

12.30-1.30

Lunch

1.30-3.00

Panel: Repatriation: Issues for Communities (possibly swap with NAGPRA)

3.00-3.30

Afternoon tea

3.30-5.30

Session/ Panel: The NAGPRA: Triumphs, Trials, and Tribulations Voices from Indian Country

5.30-6.00

Summing up Session - Identification of Issues

7.00-late

Conference Dinner

Saturday 12 November

8.30-10.00

Panel: International Repatriation: building relationships and empowering communities

10.00-10.30

Morning tea and registration

10.30-12.00

Session/Panel: Protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property

12.00-1.00

Lunch

1.00-2.30

Plenary Session

2.30-3.30

Poroporoaki- Farewell to visitors