By the 1990’s, ethical concerns regarding the care, display and return of human remains in museum collections had grown. As a result, a new way of thinking emerged within museum cultures - changing protocols and increasing moves to repatriate Indigenous ancestral remains back to their respective homelands. Join us for this participatory discussion on the diversity of protocols and practices involved in the respectful process of repatriation.
Other discussions in the series:
- November 14- It's Complicated: Unceded
- February 15- It's Complicated: Museums and Classrooms are not Neutral