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Speakers in this recording include: Beth Shook and Daisy Muralles
Daisy Muralles: Senior Assistant Librarian (Equity & Open Access Librarian), Daisy Muralles (she/her, ella), is an early-career latinx information worker/educator currently working with library student ambassadors in a student-centered outreach and engagement library program for the wider campus community at Cal State East Bay. Daisy is excited about archives, co-curricular learning, and creating community learning spaces, particularly through community/college radio.
Beth Shook is a full-time lecturer in the anthropology department at California State University, Chico. She received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis, and while broadly trained in anthropology, her focus has been in molecular anthropology, forensic DNA, and prehistory, history, and contemporary concerns of indigenous North Americans. Beth is co-coordinator for Chico State’s Affordable Learning Solutions (CAL$) program with Edward Roualdes, serves on the Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges (SACC) Executive Board, and is lead editor of the OER Explorations: An Open Invitation to Biological Anthropology (textbook and lab and activities manual) available at https://explorations.americananthro.org/