Cultural Landscape Recording on Rekohu (Chatham Islands)

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Susan Thorpe
IPinCH Speaker Series
April 30, 2013

Susan Thorpe, of the Hokotehi Moriori Trust, speaks about a cultural landscape approach developed for archaeological recording on Rekohu (Chatham Islands). 

Her talk focuses on the Moriori living tree carvings (Rakau momori) on Rekohu as cultural signifiers of identity and ethical approaches to working in Indigenous cultural heritage.

Presented by the IPinCH Project and the Department of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University.


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