Seeing Florida Heritage Through Archaeology

Presented by:
Uzi Baram
In-person Presentation Needs:
Computer, Projector, Screen
Presentation Length:
40 Minutes

Program Details

The history of Florida is fascinating, and archaeological research provides a tactile, visual, and place-based approach to appreciating what has been achieved. The aspects of the past that are in the present, that are being seen, used and visited by people today, are heritage. This presentation explores the dynamics of heritage by highlighting archaeological insights into Indigenous landscapes, colonial sites, utopian settlements, minority communities, and modern cities.

About Uzi

After 25 years of teaching at New College of Florida and creating its Public Archaeology Lab, Uzi Baram continues to engage in community-based archaeology and heritage interpretation through his consulting firm UBHeritage. For over twenty years Dr. Baram has partnered with community organizations and engaged a wide range of individuals and groups in using archaeology as heritage to animate the past and to offer positive possibilities for the future. Currently, he is the Director of Public Archaeology at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.

Contact Information and Details:

  • Phone: 941-549-0018
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