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  • May 2009, pp. 141-181

Decoding Implications of the Genographic Project for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage: Transcript of A Panel Discussion Held at the Chacmool Conference “Decolonizing Archaeology”, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, November 2006

  • George Nicholas (a1) and Julie Hollowell (a2)
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  • Published online: 01 July 2009

The panel began with an acknowledgment that we were assembled in the traditional territory of the Blood Nation. The panelists were then introduced and, in alphabetical order, gave their initial opening comments.

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