Archaeologicial Curation Presentation

08/19/2017 - 11:00 AM

Paul M. Nasca, RPA, the Curator of Archaeology for the State of Delaware’s Division of HIstorical and Cultural Affairs, will give a presentation on Archaeological Curation. BIO (from State of Delaware website): Mr. Nasca is responsible for the curation, management, exhibit and conservation of the state of Delaware’s archaeological collections. Originally from Lewiston, N.Y. and apprenticed as a cement mason, Nasca holds degrees in anthropology from the College of William and Mary (master’s) and the State University of New York at Buffalo (bachelor’s). His experience includes work as an archaeologist/collections manager for the City of Alexandria, Va.; as a staff archaeologist for the George Washington Foundation in Fredericksburg, Va.; as an archaeological conservator for the College of William and Mary; and as a field technician for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and the Old Fort Niagara Association. [Photo: The Old State House Museum in Dover]