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    Annual Building Bridges conference in Vermillion, South Dakota
      US - Central
    WE BELIEVE that exposure and discussion of diversity issues such as racism and the ethnic minority experience can facilitate positive institutional change. We value and desire the respect for diversity in all levels of education. Building Bridges provides opportunities for students and faculty learn effective ways to make higher education a positive experience for all students, but especially for Native American students.
    Institute of American Indian Studies
    Sioux US - West
    Established in 1955, the work of the Institute of American Indian Studies includes organizing campus programs to promote education and awareness of American Indian culture, issues, and problems; assisting University of South Dakota efforts to recruit and retain American Indian students, faculty, and staff; encouraging increased levels of research on American Indian life; and strengthening relations with tribes, tribal colleges, and other appropriate American Indian organizations in the state and region.
    Institute of American Indian Studies (U of South Dakota)
      US - Central
    Listen to the Teachers
    In the United States, archaeology is at best seen as having little practical utility. For most who pay any attention to archeology, it is simply an exotic hobby, a branch of history that provides little more than interesting perspective and perhaps a bit of intrigue. Although some might see it differently, this view of archaeology is arguably the dominant view of the American public. Still, the exotic has appeal, and many elementary school children fantasize a future as an archaeologist as one of their first career choices.
    University of South Dakota Anthropology
      US - West
    Much of what you will see is unique to this site, emphasizing USD's location on the northern Great Plains. Most relates to the archaeology of the region, but there are links to many other sources. Original material is being added frequently and is listed on the What's New page. There is also information on anthropology at the University of South Dakota, including hypermedia course materials and a student handbook that may be useful to colleagues and students elsewhere REPATRIATION AND REBURIAL ISSUES Many groups, especially indigenous peoples, have profound concerns about the ethical and respectful treatment of the dead by archaeologists, physical anthropologists and museums. The issue is complicated with concerns ranging from academic freedom to the rights of the dead. There is a continuum of opinion about these matters.

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