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AAGS: From Jacksonville to John Day: public archaeology, community history, and the search for Oregon's early Chinese residents

Monday, February 10 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Condon Hall, 204
1321 Kincaid Street, Eugene, OR 97403

Speaker: Chelsea Rose, Southern Oregon University.

Bio: Chelsea Rose is an historical archaeologist who focuses on the settlement and development of the American West. She graduated with honors from the University of Oregon and received her graduate degree in Cultural Resources Management from Sonoma State University.

Rose's recent work has included research in the Jacksonville Chinese Quarter, the homestead of frontier photographer Peter Britt, the native Hawaiian mining camp of Kanaka Flat, and the Historic Applegate Trail. Rose is Principal Investigator of the Oregon Chinese Diaspora Project, a multi-agency research partnership with a focus on Oregon's Chinese migrant history. Rose also regularly works with the media, students, and community volunteers to promote archaeological awareness and heritage stewardship and has been featured in magazines and books that aim to engage students with the STEM fields. Rose hosts Underground History, a monthly radio segment on Jefferson Public Radio's Jefferson Exchange, and is co-editor of the forthcoming book, Chinese Diaspora Archaeology in North America, which will be available from the University of Florida Press in in March 2020.

Presented by the Association of Anthropology Graduate Students.

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