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66 min2020 DEC 15
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On this month’s podcast we have Desireé Martinez. Desireé is the President of Cogstone Resource Management and Tongva Tribal Archaeologist. During the conversation she takes us along through her journey to becoming an archaeologist. She also talks about what she’d like to change about California archaeology and the CRM industry. Throughout the conversation, she discusses how the journey towards respectful treatment and repatriation of the Honuukvetam [Ancestors] and sacred and cultural sites has shaped her entire career.
Links

http://www.cogstone.com/

Mapping indigenous La https://mila.ss.ucla.edu/


Carrying our Ancestors home http://www.coah-repat.com/


https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/heritagevoices/9 (Working with Museums Panel)


https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/heritagevoices/17 (SAA2018 wrap up)


https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/heritagevoices/30 (Cultural Landscapes Panel SAA2019 where Cogstone provided the recording space)

2017 Conserving the tataayiyam honuuka’ (Ancestors): A Case Study at the Autry Museum of the American West (with Ösge Gençay-Üstün, Lyliiam Posadas, Karimah Kennedy Richardson, and Cindi Alvitre). In Engaging Conservation: Collaboration across Disciplines. Eds. Nina Owczarek, Molly Gleeson, and Lynn A. Grant. London: Archetype Publications, Pp. 141-158.

2015 Ho'eexokre 'eyookuuka'ro “We're working with each other”: The Pimu Catalina Island Project (with Wendy G. Teeter and Karimah O. Kennedy Richardson). Society for American Archaeology Record 15(1): 25-28.

2014 Indigenous Archaeology. In Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Ed. Claire Smith. New York: Springer, Pp. 3772-3777.

2014 Returning the tataayiyam honuuka' (Ancestors) to the Correct Home: The Importance of Background Investigations for NAGPRA Claims (with Wendy G. Teeter and Karimah O. Kennedy Richardson). Curator 57(2):199-211.

2012 A Land of Many Archaeologists: Archaeology with Native Californians. California: Contemporary Issues in the Archaeology. Eds. Terry Jones and Jennifer Perry. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press, Pp. 355-367.

2009 Native American Perspectives of California Archaeology (with Wendy Teeter). In Archaeology in America Encyclopedia. Ed. Frank McManamon, et al. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Publishing Group, Pp. 26-30.

2006 Overcoming Hindrances to Our Enduring Responsibility to the Ancestors: Protecting Traditional Cultural Places. Special Issue: Decolonizing Archaeology, American Indian Quarterly 30(3): 486-503.

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Jessica

Jessica@livingheritageanthropology.org

@livingheritageA

@LivingHeritageResearchCouncil

Lyle

Lyle.Balenquah@gmail.com

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