NA4008 David Sanger, interviewed by Pauleena MacDougall and Adam Lee Cilli, July 18, 2013, in his office in South Stevens Hall at the University of Maine, Orono. Sanger talks about the beginnings of his career in archaeology; his beginnings at UMaine and the Climate Change Institute; conducting research in Maine and New Brunswick; the relationship between archaeology and climate science; and how, at UMaine, the anthropology department contributed to the CCI and vice versa.
Text: 11 pp. transcript
Recording: mfc_na4008_audio001 61 minutes
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Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Climate Change Institute, climate change, archaeology, Maine, New Brunswick, University of Maine
Archaeological Anthropology | Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment
Sanger, David, "NA4008 David Sanger, interviewed by Pauleena MacDougall and Adam Lee Cilli" (2013). MF192 Climate Change Institute 40th Anniversary Oral History Project. 30.