Ontario Archaeological Society
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2017 Meetings:
March 15, 2017
April 19, 2017
May 17, 2017

Time:
7:30 PM

Place:
Room 246, Second Floor Board Room
Anthropology Building,
19 Russell St.,
University of Toronto campus


President:
Carole Stimmell

Past President:
Mima Kapches

Vice President & Program Convenor:
Christine Caroppo

Treasurer:
Jane Simser

Secretary:
Neil Gray

Profile Editor:
Carole Stimmell

Website Editor:
Janice Teichroeb


Current Edition of Profile

Winter/Spring 2016

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December 2012

October 2012

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Dr. Craig Cipolla, Associate Curator, North American Archaeology, Royal Ontario Museum

Connecticut's Indian Reservations: Rewriting Colonial Narratives Through Collaborative Field Archaeology

Today Native American reservations of Connecticut serve as emblems of community pride and identity, attesting to ancestors’ perseverance during tumultuous times and to dark days of colonial inequality, racism, and violence. Collaborative relationships between archaeologists and indigenous communities are beginning to repair a long-troubled relationship. They garner fresh perspectives on indigenous history and archaeology that are informed by oral tradition and contemporary indigenous values. Archaeological sites from this era allow new understandings of the rhythms of everyday life, including valuable information on vernacular architecture, subsistence, settlement patterns, and spirituality. As a whole, collaborative archaeological fieldwork complements and challenges what is already known from written and oral histories, filling in the gaps and—in may ways—rewriting colonial narratives.

March Poster

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Dr. Holly Martelle, Timmins Martelle Heritage Consultants

Toronto Court House excavation

Details to follow

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Dr. Mima Brown Kapches

Art and Archaeology: A Toronto Tour

Details to follow


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Links of Interest

Fort York National Historic Site

Archaeological Services Inc.

Fort York Foundation

The Fife and Drum, newsletter of the Friends of Fort York

Toronto Historical Association

Ontario Heritage Trust

The Lost Rivers of Toronto


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