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Bonnie Clark, PhD discusses archaeological research at Amache and the site's gardens in this 2020 podcast

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Image of a man in a garden with a stone. Text: "Grandpa learned to garden in camp". Images of a young woman thinking, then picking up a phone to call her mom. Text: I think. I'm sure I heard that from someone. I'm almost 80% sure. Well, more like 60%. brrring. Mom?"
This artwork is part of a personal
reflection by Holly Kawase Kirkman
in the Connecting the Pieces
online exhibit about Amache.

Bonnie Clark, PhD, Professor of Anthropology, was invited to discuss her research at the World War II Japanese Internment Camp known as Amache in South-Eastern Colorado on the Archaeocafé podcast. In this podcast, Clark discusses the significant of the internment camp’s gardens. Listen to the Podcast.