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- This publication contains papers from Engaging Conservation: a cross-discipline collaboration symposiumThis publication contains papers from Engaging Conservation: a cross-discipline collaboration symposium. The Conservation Department of the University of Pennsylvania, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum) celebrated its 50th anniversary in Autumn 2016, and to commemorate the establishment of the department, the Penn Museum hosted a symposium on issues relating to archaeology, anthropology, and conservation. Made possible with generous support from the Kowalski Family Foundation, the symposium explored how conservation of cultural materials has evolved over the past half century, the ways in which conservators may inform and support the work of archaeologists and anthropologists, and the development of cross-disciplinary engagement.