LA Social Science interviewed Dr. Justin Dunnavant, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at UCLA, about being an archaeologist who excavates histories on land and under the sea.
0:00 – Intro
0:58 – Is there a book, music, or movie that helped you get through the pandemic?
1:45 – Tell me about what archaeologists do and what sorts of questions you’re exploring in your research?
3:19 – How did you get involved in scuba diving and what you do as an underwater archaeologist?
5:45 – Community engagement centers heavily in your work, how is archaeology relevant in the communities where you work, and humanity more widely?
7:40 – Tell us more about the work you’ve done with Hulu and other media outlets?
9:40 – Out of all the places you could have landed, what made you choose UCLA and what do you hope to get out of your experience in Southern California?
To learn more about Dr. Dunnavant, click HERE to visit his website.
Check out the recent UCLA Newsroom article on Dr. Dunnavant HERE.
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