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Jul 13 2016
Workers from Stanford's early years "left artifacts, stories, and a legacy of Chinese-American engagement and stewardship that continues to instruct and to inspire, said Bright Zhou, ’16, curator of a small exhibit at the Stanford Archaeology Center  that displays the Stanford workers’ artifacts...
Jul 11 2016
The four-case exhibit was the result of a class, ARCHLGY 134: “Museum Cultures: Material Representation in the Past and Present,” taught by Christina Hodge, academic curator and collections manager. Over a 10-week quarter, students attended lectures and tours to gain background information and then...
Jun 30 2016
Thousands of Chinese immigrant workers helped to build Leland Stanford’s Central Pacific Railroad and the wealth that became Stanford University... “At first, Chinese-Americans came to Stanford as cooks and gardeners,” Zhou said. “Today, they’re here as students and faculty, as athletes, artists...
Nov 2 2015
Titled “From Curios to Ambassadors: Changing Roles of the Daggett Collection from Tribes of the Lower Klamath River,” the exhibit was the product of ARCHLGY 134: “Museum Cultures: Material Representation in the Past and Present.” The class, led by Christina Hodge, academic curator and collections...
Oct 19 2015
The new Stanford exhibition, "From 'Curios' to Ambassadors: Changing Roles of the Daggett Collection from Tribes of the Lower Klamath River," highlights Native American tribal objects in a way that more precisely reflects their origins. It is on view through June 4, 2016. BY ROBIN WANDER.

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