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Jenn Huff

Lecturer at University of Washington; Curatorial Associate at the Burke Museum

ArchaeologyAnthropologyHuman EvolutionTechnology ChangeHuman-Environment Interaction

Dr. Jenn Huff thinks a lot about technology past, present, and future, and what it means to be human. She is both a technologist and an archaeologist interested in deep time questions of human evolution and technology change; human-environment interactions; and technology and exchange networks as both responses to and sources of risk. Her recent work within the Complexity Weekend community has centered on bringing lessons of decolonization and anti-racism, as well as a broader explicit discussion of ethics, into the Complexity Weekend community of practice, so that we may construct more complete knowledge and more effective solutions together.