Program - Nov 13-15, 2015
DAC Banquet Dinner - Nov 13, 2015
Keynote Speaker: CAROLE CRUMLEY Professor (emerita), Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (USA) and Executive Director of the Integrated History and Future of People on Earth (IHOPE) initiative.
Dr. Crumley is a founder and influential figure in historical ecology. She has been a major player in promoting the aggregation of social and natural sciences for a more comprehensive and realistic picture of longterm landscape change and adaptation in Europe. We are excited to have Dr. Crumley speak during the Northwest Coast salmon dinner, tickets are $30 or $20 for students. Please register HERE
Day One: Conference - Nov 13, 2015
Opening Speaker: Rueben George, Tsleil-Waututh Land Defender, Sundance Chief, Sacred Trust
David Egan, Northern Arizona University
Steve Wolverton, University North Texas
Dana Lepofsky, Simon Fraser University
Peter Stahl, University of Victoria
Iain McKechnie, University of Oregon and SFU-Hakai Institute
Day Two: Poster Presentations & Workshops - Nov 14, 2015
Poster Presentations: A light breakfast will be served in Saywell Atrium to accompany poster presentations
Workshop Presentations: Find out more HERE
50 Key Questions Working Groups 1: Participants will self-organize into 1-3 sessions to organize initial online submissions. Private votes will be cast, followed by a pre-screening of voting scores. Non-supported questions will be debated, removed. Questions will be amalgamated, reworded, and final questions will be identified. Sessions will re-group for further debate. These workout groups may meet and re-group throughout the day.
Day Three: Workshop - Nov 15, 2015
50 Key Questions Working Groups 2: All groups will meet together and finalize questions. We will begin a draft of the publication which will be finalized by a sub-committee in the following weeks.