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Mukurtu (MOOK-oo-too) – Project Intro

  The Mukurtu project, led by Project Director Kimberly Christen of the Washington State University, began in the remote Central Australian town of Tennant Creek with the creation of the Mukurtu Wumpurrarni-kari Archive. The project was born from the needs of the Warumungu Aboriginal community who wanted a system to archive and organize their digital

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El Presidio – A Primer

Students of Anthro 136e visit El Polin, tour led by Kari Jones of the Presidio Trust

It may be summer, but school is already in session for the students enrolled in Anthropology 136e, a course on digital documentation and representation right here in San Francisco’s beautiful Presidio. CoDA’s own Michael Ashley and Ruth Tringham are leading this Berkeley-run course, which had its first session on Tuesday.

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2011 MCN-CoDA Meeting Recap

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On June 3 2011 CoDA organized the 2011 MCN CAL SIG annual meeting titled “Places, Collections, and Digital Narratives: Towards a Stronger Collaboration between Museums and Cultural Heritage”. The event, coordinated by Cinzia Perlingieri Director of Research at CoDA and Marla Misunas Collections Information Manager at SFMoMA, brought together UC archaeologists and MCN technologists in a way

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MCN’s California SIG and the Center for Digital Archaeology at UC Berkeley, present a meeting organized by Cinzia Perlingieri, Director of Research at CoDA, bringing together UC archaeologists and MCN technologists in a way that has never been done before in the California SIG. Check the program below and join us! If you are not a Cali SIG

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