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This year’s conference theme is applicable to archaeology in many ways. We can apply it directly to seek answers to large scale dilemmas we face as a society, through scientific inquiry, but we can also apply it to our own archaeological community. By acknowledging our past, we can find ways for the field of Hawaiian archaeology to better serve the people of Hawaiʻi.
As we seek answers to understand the history of Hawaiʻi through archaeological research, we must strive to involve the community in our work and incorporate the knowledge, values, and needs of the people who have pilina (connection) to the ʻāina (land).Find out more »
The Standards & Ethics Committee has planned a workshop entitled "Novel Mitigation Strategies" for July 9th at 1 pm HST. This workshop will focus on novel mitigation strategies that people have implemented or hope to implement in the future as part of Section 106 or 6E projects. We will also include a discussion about what people are doing outside of Hawai‘i and what is possible in Hawai‘i. The workshop will be led by a panel of experts in the field from Hawai‘i as well as California, Washington, and Oregon who have implemented creative or novel mitigation strategies in their work.Find out more »