Montana’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child Webinar Series Part 8

Montana’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child Webinar Series Part 8

Amanda Trum

Preserving and Interpreting History: A Curatorial Perspective 

Yellowstone Gateway Museum invites tribal college and high school students and educators to join us Fall and Winter 2020 for a FREE eight-session live career webinar series. The webinars explore the work of anthropologists, archaeologists, geneticists and other professionals who have gained an understanding of the Anzick Site in Park County, Montana.

Amanda Streeter Trum, curator of collections

Amanda Streeter Trum will outline her academic and professional background and how she came to be in her position at the Montana Historical Society. She will also discuss her current role as the Curator of Collections, the different elements of the job, why she thinks it’s important, and what her professional relationship to the Anzick Site is.

Amanda Streeter Trum is the Curator of Collections at the Montana Historical Society (MHS). She spent several years working on Cultural Resource Management archaeology projects across the country before receiving a master’s degree in Museum Studies from the University of Florida in 2007. Her responsibilities at the MHS include caring for the Anzick Site artifacts and helping to interpret them for the public.

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Dec 01 2020
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1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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