Anti-Racism in the Canadian context

An on-going collaboration is with Black and racialized archaeologists in the heritage sector, and includes First Nations, government, cultural resource management (CRM), community organizations, museums and academia. A second collaboration is with Dr Shirley Chau (UBC Okanagan, Social Work). I am invited to participate in United Against Discrimation, a project that works against racism and discrimnation. It seeks “systemic change through social, political and educational action and advocate for both official endorsement of and financial support for these actions.”

Assistant Professor, Anthropology

My research interests include digital and geospatial methods, geovisualization, data governance, archaeology and cultural heritage.