Event Title

Lessons Learned from Culture in Crisis

Presenter Information

Laurie Rush, Form Drum, NY


Campus Center Ballroom

Start Date

27-10-2017 2:00 PM

End Date

27-10-2017 2:30 PM

Speaker Information

Dr. Laurie Rush is an Anthropologist and Archaeologist who has lived, worked and studied in northern New York for over thirty years. Her area of research focuses on Native Americans of northeastern North America. She has a BA from Indiana University Bloomington, an MA and PhD from Northwestern University, and is a fellow of the National Science Foundation and the American Academy in Rome. Dr. Rush was military liaison for return of Ur to the Iraqi People, has represented the US DoD for heritage issues in Kabul and across the Middle East, and recently co-directed a NATO project developing recommendations for cultural property protection policy, doctrine, and best practices. She is a Board Member of the US Committee of the Blue Shield, has won numerous awards, and lectures and publishes internationally. Dr. Rush is profiled in “Lives in Ruins” and is co-author of “The Carabinieri TPC; Saving the World’s Heritage”.

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Oct 27th, 2:00 PM Oct 27th, 2:30 PM

Lessons Learned from Culture in Crisis

Campus Center Ballroom