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Virtual Presentation of Stoffle Team Research


The virtual launch of the 15th issue of the International Journal of Intangible Heritage recently “occurred with some success,” according to School of Anthropology and BARA Professor Rich Stoffle. Dr. Stoffle presented during the second session of webinars that took place on July 14–15, 2020. You can see his presentation of the Stoffle research team’s paper “Living Universe or GeoFacts: Stone Arches in Utah National Parks” in this Youtube video. Dr. Stoffle is introduced at 53:30; his presentation begins at 54:39. In his opening remarks, Dr. Stoffle thanks his grandson for making sure the presentation goes off smoothly.


IJIH celebrated both the launch of issue 15 and its 15-year anniversary with the webinar series commencing on 15 July 2020. (Anthro News date: 07/31/2020)