Categories G, H, I: Diversity, Illustration, Video

Category G: Diversity - Category H: Artist's Perspective - Category I: Video

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Category G: Diversity

Shhh!: We are in the ‘Quebrada del Inca’ ravine, in Ollagüe, a Quechua community of northern Chile. During the “Mineros del Alto Cielo Archaeological Project”, while we investigate the local sulfur mining industry of the 20th century, we are accompanied

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Frinterns for Life: Arlice Marionneaux, an American Conservation Experience (ACE) intern, and Andrianna Dowell, an intern from the Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP), became the best of friends after their respective internships brought them together as part of a multi-agency

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The future of archaeology lies in the generations to come. Educating children about archaeology and its impact on the development of history gives our children a better understanding of how their histories are created. This youth program was developed to

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Gjoa Haven team members starting to excavate a 4×5 ft hole in 6-ft deep ice for Spring ROV operation on HMS Terror shipwreck, while Parks Canada underwater archaeologists are setting up camp.

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Gjoa Haven team members working in concert with Parks Canada underwater archaeologists to prep the ROV dive hole

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Category H: Artist’s Perspective Illustration

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Category I: Archaeological Video

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Mantelpieces is a personal story of the memories of two former islanders of the now abandoned village on Inishark, Ireland. Their homes and childhoods are remembered here, visiting this village since the last of the residents left in 1960. This

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St Colman’s Abbey, located on eastern Inishbofin, Ireland, is a well preserved 15th century late medieval church built on a 7th century foundation. This video is an example of the collection of embedded films in the book, Island Places Island

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In the video, “Get Ready to Get Dirty!”, Western Michigan University archaeologists showcase their archaeology summer camp program for middle school students. Through firsthand accounts, viewers learn about the excitement and enthusiasm that middle schoolers experience as they conduct

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Heritage Monitoring Scouts (HMS Florida) is a public engagement program of the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) focused on tracking changes to archaeological sites at risk, particularly those impacted by climate change in the form of erosion and sea level

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