SHA Workshop on Identification of Faunal and Human Remains

The Society for Hawaiian Archaeology will be holding the second in its series of workshops meant to update member’s knowledge of current practices and thinking on topics important to conducting archaeology in Hawai‘i and elsewhere.

Title: Identification of Faunal and Human Remains

Presenters: Tim Rieth and Adam Lauer, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc. (IARII)

Date and Time: April 4, 2014 (Friday), 5:30 to 8:00 pm.

Location: University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Dean Hall, Room 210 (Archeology Lab)

Parking: Suggestion: Find street parking if possible. It is cheaper than on campus parking cost at $6.00

Registration: Send Email to: standardsandethics@hawaiianarchaeology.org. Room Limited to 20 People due to lab workstations
First 20 members registering will receive confirmation emails; others will be notified that the workshop is full and put on waiting list if requested.

Note: Food and Beer: There will be a food and beer gathering after the presentation to encourage further discussion among participating members (supplies are not infinite). Location will be announced later.

Check SHA Website: When possible, information presented or distributed during presentations will be made available on the SHA website.

Please let us know if there are other topics you would like to see addressed in future workshops or if you would like to be a presenter or coordinator on a particular topic (i.e., multiple discussants on a single topic).

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