Please join us for the next AIA Local Society, Riverside and Inland Southern California, event!
The AIA Local Society is proud to organize a colloquium on the “Archaeology of the Asian Diaspora in California.”
The colloquium will take place on Saturday, February 28, 2015, 12-2pm at the UCR ArtsBlock in downtown Riverside. This event is free of charge and open to the public.
Speakers and topics include:
Kholood Abdo-Hintzman, Applied Earthworks: San Bernardino and San Luis Obispo Chinatown excavations
Marjorie Akin, Save Our Chinatown Committee, Riverside Chinatown Excavation and its Future
Linda Bentz, SDSU: Chinese abalone harvesting sites in the Channel Islands
John Foster, Greenwood Associates: LA Chinatown excavations
Laura Ng, National Park Service: Archaeology of Manzanar
Beth Padon and Karen Swope, Discovery Works, Inc.: Redlands Chinatown excavations
Members of the Save Our Chinatown Committee will offer a guided visit to the site of the Riverside Chinatown 10-11am on Saturday, February 28. Please meet at the corner of Pine and Tequesquite. The visit is also free of charge and open to the public.
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