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Before Stanford Public Symposium, 21 October 2016 at the Stanford Archaeology Center

Sep 15 2016
On 21 October 2016, the Stanford Archaeology Center is hosting a Public Symposium and Exhibits Open House showcasing new research on the theme of "before Stanford." For more information and schedule of speakers, visit the Symposium Details Page or view the Before Stanford 10-21-2016 Symposium...
“Curios” to Ambassadors Opening

“Curios” to Ambassadors Opening

Jun 5 2016
The exhibit From “Curios” to Ambassadors: Representation in the Daggett Collection from Tribes of the Lower Klamath River will be on public view in the front lobby of the Stanford Archaeology Center, 488 Escondido Mall, Bldg. 500, Stanford, CA 94305. Check out our new Media Gallery for images of...
Museum Cultures class members with museum staff discussing exhibit design in the Africa gallery at the Cantor Center, Stanford University.

Museum Cultures class members with museum staff discussing exhibit design in the Africa gallery at the Cantor Center, Stanford University.

May 1 2015
On Wednesday, April 29th 2015, the student participants of the Daggett Collection Project went on another private tour of Stanford’s Cantor Center for Visual Arts, led by Catherine Hale (Curator of the Arts of Africa and the Americas) and Ashley McGrew (Preparator). While visiting the Native...
Walter Lara (Yurok Tribe), sitting left, and Melodie George-Moore (Hoopa Valley Tribe), standing right leaning on the table, discuss Daggett Collection items with students.

Walter Lara (Yurok Tribe), sitting left, and Melodie George-Moore (Hoopa Valley Tribe), standing right leaning on the table, discuss Daggett Collection items with students.

Apr 23 2015
  Museum Cultures students recently welcomed Hupa and Yurok cultural experts to our class. Melodie George-Moore and Glen Moore from the Hoopa Valley Tribe and Walter Lara from the Yurok Tribe travelled down from Humboldt County to see and to share their perspectives on the Daggett ethnographic...

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