Archaeology of Japanese Incarceration
Koji Lau-Ozawa, of the Stanford University Anthropology Department, will explore his research examining the intersecting realms of landscapes, diaspora, material culture, and memory - along with his work connecting the WWII Gila River Incarceration Camp and Santa Barbara's Nihonmachi (Japantown).
This is the third and final part of SBTHP's Advances in Preservation & Archaeology of Asian American Places lecture series. All events are free, via Zoom.
Register for the webinar here >> bit.ly/Kojilecture