Edward W. Tennant

I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Arkansas. As part of my undergrad study, I spent 13 months in New Zealand investigating the use of GPS and GIS for heritage preservation among the gold fields of the Otago Region. I currently serve as the Newsletter Current Research Coordinator for Asia with the Society for Historical Archaeology. My research interests are the intersection of heritage preservation and technology, cultural resources management, and the Chinese Diaspora around the world. I will compare heritage management strategies and policies between the US, Scandanavia, and Asia for my degree at MTU. If you would like to learn more about my background, personal interests, and ongoing research please visit my website at http://www.little-yeti.com.

Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Technological University Houghton, MI 49931
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