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Gary Warrick

Associate Professor, Society, Culture, and Environment and Indigenous Studies; Fellow, Tshepo Institute for the Study of Contemporary Africa

Areas of Expertise: Iroquoian archaeology; Indigenous studies; Six Nations history South African archaeology archaeology and tourism

Biography: I was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario. A Grade 11 ancient history course sparked my interest in archaeology and prompted me to attend McMaster University, where I studied first Classics and later Anthropology, specializing in Iroquoian archaeology.?

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