Ethnography Program – National Park Service SE Region
Antoinette Jackson, Ph.D. is the ethnography program manager for the National Park Service Southeast Region. The main focus of the ethnography program is connecting people to parks. Jackson and her team provide consultation and technical assistance in the areas of community engagement and cultural resource management, development, and preservation for the region’s 66+ national parks from the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park in Kentucky and the Wright Brothers National Memorial in North Carolina, to the Cane River Creole National Park in Louisiana and the Biscayne National Park in Florida.
View a brief description of the role of Ethnography in NPS:
Map of the Southeast region:
Ethnography Program information/projects/activities
- Ethnography Program Management Overview
- Ethnography in the Parks- What does it mean today? Traditionally Associated People, Future generations, Civic Engagement, and Associated Communities. See 2009 article by Jenny Masur: http://www.georgewright.org/263masur.pdf
- Cultural Resources Management and Climate Change — View additional information http://ncptt.nps.gov/blog/training-in-climate-change-and-cultural-resources/
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