International Institute for
Indigenous Resource Management

CULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ROUNDTABLES

Protection of Sacred Landscapes:
Establishing the Tribal Historical, Scientific, Cultural, and Ecological Foundations
Denver, Colorado
October 9-10, 2001
Sponsored by:
International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Health and Environmental Research
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Facility Restoration and Reuse Office

POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS

Sacred Spaces, Ethnic Identities and Biodiversity Issues in Africa: Examples from Malawi
and South Africa, Dr. Ezekiel Kalipeni, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Landscapes, Medicines, and Healing, Dr. Maurice M. Iwu, Executive Director, Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme
Sacred Landscapes: Towards a Research Agenda for Sacred Landscapes, Mike Barns, Senior Fellow, International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management
Protecting Sacred Lands and Traditional Cultural Places with Cultural Resources Law, Dean Suagee, First Nations Environmental Law Program, Vermont Law School
Memories in Landscapes, Morris Te Whiti Love, Director, Waitangi Tribunal