A DIFFERENT KIND OF ARCHAEOLOGY


On the Denison Museum blog, Senior Kristine Mallinson writes about her experience of “Working with the Unfamiliar.” By processing an old, uncatalogued collection: “I am able to give life back to these objects and am forming a pathway for further research to be done on them. Thus, I like to think of it as a different form of archaeology. Digging up these objects from our storage and connecting them with information so that we can learn more about our Native American collection.”

Posted January 23, 2014
Topics: Archaeology

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