Dr. Karin Larkin on creating a historic preservation plan for campus

Dr. Karin Larkin is an assistant professor of anthropology and museum studies at UCCS. Her research focuses on public archaeology and museum curation. In this Faculty Feature, Dr. Larkin provides insight into her recent project creating a historic preservation plan for the UCCS campus and research related to the archaeology of Cragmor Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Watch the video to learn more about Dr. Larkin’s research, how archaeology can help us navigate the present and one of her favorite things about conducting research at UCCS.

There are 42 recorded archeology sites that relate to indigenous populations on the UCCS campus. Dr. Karin Larkin explains how public archeology can give us insight into contemporary issues.

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