Brand, Colin, Emily Masucci and Madonna L. Moss – Panel Discussion – Activism and Anthropology, AAGS-sponsored colloquium in the Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon. April 30, 2018.
Moss, Madonna L. 2018 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring. Departmental Seminar, Department of Integrative Biology, Oregon State University. March 5, 2018.
Moss, Madonna L. 2018 Learning about Kalapuya Cuisine: Harvesting and Cooking Camas in 2017. Eugene Public Library, National Endowment for the Arts Big Read series. February 24, 2018.
Moss, Madonna L. 2017 Two Cases of Zooarchaeology, Heritage, and Resource Management in Southeast Alaska: Herring and Sea Otter. Departmental Seminar, Department of Anthropology, Oregon State University, April 21, 2017.
Moss, Madonna L. 2016 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring, Eugene Natural History Society, University of Oregon, January 15, 2016.
Moss, Madonna L. 2015 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring. Departmental Seminar, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, May 27, 2005.
Moss, Madonna L. 2014 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring for Comparative Historical Ecology in Ancient Northeast Asia, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Partnership Development Workshop, October 10, 2014.
Moss, Madonna L. 2014 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring. Public Lecture at Museum of Natural and Cultural History, October 3, 2014.
Moss, Madonna L. 2014 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring. Public Lecture at Portland State University, June 5, 2014.
Moss, Madonna L. 2014 The Archaeology of Pacific Herring. Public lecture hosted by Sealaska Heritage Institute, Juneau, Alaska, April 8, 2014.
Moss, Madonna L. 2014 The Archaeology of Yaaw, Pacific Herring. Public lecture sponsored by the Sitka Tribe of Alaska on the occasion of the Sitka Herring Festival, Sitka, Alaska, April 4, 2014.
Moss, Madonna L. 2014 Department of Anthropology Colloquium Series: Haa Atxaayi Haa Kusteeyix Sitee [Our Food is our Tlingit Way of Life] and the Archaeology of Herring, February 21, 2014.
Co-moderator with Brian Klopotek of Tribal Elder-in-Residence Don Ivy’s presentation, Native Activism, Law and Land Issues. Knight Law School, February 17, 2014.
Moss, Madonna L. 2013 Dead Fish Don’t Lie I: Archaeology of Herring in the Northwest. Public Lecture at the Sunriver Nature Center, October 25, 2013.
Moss, Madonna L. 2012 More than a Wild Goose Chase: the Archaeological Record of Crescents in Western North America. Lecture at Playa Presents, November 9, 2012, Summer Lake, Oregon.
Moss, Madonna L. 2012 Professional Archaeology for Women: Finding a trail in the rainforest and/or tripping through a clearcut. Strategies for Success for Women in Anthropology, NSF ADVANCE Program at Texas A&M University – symposium and panel on diversity and climate issues. The other three invitees were Faye Harrison, U Florida (cultural anthropology), Mary Beaudry, Boston University (historical archaeology), and Laurie Godfrey, U Massachusetts-Amherst (biological anthropology). Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, March 28-29, 2012.
Moss, Madonna L. 2012 Northwest Coast: Archaeology as Deep History. Colloquium in the Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. January 12, 2012.
Public Lecture. Pre-Contact Tlingit Warfare: what do we really know? Sealaska Heritage Institute Native American Heritage Month Lecture Series. Juneau, AK, November 5, 2010.
Public Lecture. Islands Coming out of Concealment: Traveling to Haida Gwaii on the Northwest Coast of North America. Canada Week Presentation, November 2, 2007. Sponsored by University of Oregon Canadian Studies, Eugene.
Public Lecture, The Coffman Cove Community Archaeology Project. Presented in Coffman Cove, AK, on June 29, 2006.
Public Lecture, The Interrelationships between People and Animals at Cape Addington Rockshelter, Alaska. Presented as part of Archaeology of the Pacific Rim, University of Oregon Museum of Natural History, a lecture series held to mark Oregon Archaeology Month, October 5, 2001.
Public lecture, The Subsistence Lifeway of the Tlingit People: New Archaeological Evidence, sponsored by the Wrangell Museum and Wrangell Community Services, Wrangell, AK, July 29, 1998.
Invited Panelist, Surviving Graduate School, a workshop sponsored by the Student Affairs Committee, Society for American Archaeology 1998 annual meeting, March 26, 1998.
Presentation to the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians, Archaeological Sites on State Parks Lands along the Oregon Coast. Confederated Tribes Tribal Hall, Coos Bay, Oregon, July 25, 1997.
University of Oregon Alumni Association Luncheon Lecture Series, The Archaeological Record of the Oregon Coast – A Vanishing Legacy. Multnomah Athletic Club, Portland, Oregon, May 22, 1997.
Presentation to the Oregon State Parks Commission and State Parks Area Managers, Native American Archaeological Sites of the Oregon Coast, a Management Challenge for Oregon State Parks, Portland, Oregon, March 11, 1997 (at the request of the State Historic Preservation Office).
Presentation to the State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation, Native American Archaeological Sites of the Oregon Coast, National Register Nomination, Salem, OR, February 13, 1997. Committee approved nomination of 89 archaeological sites to be forwarded to the Keeper of the National Register.
Moderator of Panel Discussion, “Promoting the Engagement of Theory, Research, and Activism” at the Center for the Study of Women in Society conference, Engaging Feminisms, University of Oregon, February 7, 1997.
Invited Presentation, Coastal Archaeological Sites and Shell Middens, Coquille Cultural Preservation Conference, North Bend, OR, November 2-3, 1996.
Presentation to the State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation, Native American Archaeological Sites of the Oregon Coast, National Register Nomination, Salem, OR, October 10, 1996.
Invited Presentation, Cultural Resource Management, University of Oregon Workshop for the Coquille Tribe, North Bend, OR, March 22, 1996.
Invited Presentation, Overview of 1994-95 Archaeology, Coquille Indian Tribe Mid-winter Gathering, Coos Bay, OR, January 13, 1996.
Oregon Coast Prehistory: A Vanishing Legacy, public lecture sponsored by the University Women’s Club, November 8, 1995.
Themes in Northwest Coast Ethnography, discussant in Harry Wolcott’s seminar, Anthropology and Education, April 4, 1995.
Luther Cressman and the Coastal Prehistory Program, public lecture during Oregon Archaeology Week, Museum of Natural History, September 29, 1994.
The Status of Women on the Northwest Coast of North America: Diversity in Gender Systems expressed in Puberty Ceremonies and Body Modification, guest lecture to Carol Silverman’s class, Women and Culture II, April 19, 1994.
Recent Research on the Central Oregon Coast: an Evaluation and Dating Program for Archaeological Sites in Oregon State Parks, public lecture during Oregon Archaeology Week, sponsored by the Oregon State Museum of Anthropology and WISTEC, September 14, 1993.
The Origins of Agriculture in Southwest Asia, guest lecture to W. Ayres Introduction to Archaeology class, August 4, 1993.
Native American Uses of Pacific Shellfish, University of Oregon Museum of Natural History Sea Speakers lecture series, April 29, 1993.
Invited Lecture, Coquille Indian Tribe Mid-winter Gathering, Coos Bay: Archaeological Investigations at the Twin Rocks Site, January 23, 1993.
Women in Prehistory, invited lecture to Carol Silverman’s Women and Culture I class, January 12, 1993.
Cultural Resource Management training of Klamath Tribal Members, March 24, 1992.
Teaching Women and Prehistory, Center for the Study of Women in Society, Luncheon Talk, March 8, 1992.
3000 Years of Tlingit Land and Resource Use: Results of Recent Archaeological Research on Admiralty Island. Public Lecture, Centennial Hall, Juneau, AK, July 8, 1991.
A Story of the Xutsnoowoo Kwaan: the Archaeology of the Angoon Area. Public Lecture, Angoon Senior Center, Angoon AK, July 9, 1991.
The Use and Abuse of Ethnographic Data in Understanding Prehistory: a Northwest Coast Example. UO Anthropology Department Colloquium, May 17, 1991.