SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
ANCIENT SITES AND ANCIENT STORIES 2018 

IMAGE: SPOTTED WEASEL BY KEVIN RED STAR (CROW)

MONDAY NIGHTS AT 6 PM AT HOTEL SANTA FE
LECTURES – 50 MONDAYS A YEAR
A PUBLIC PROGRAM, GRACIOUSLY ASSISTED BY HOTEL SANTA FE, A PICURIS PUEBLO ENTERPRISE

January 8 Dr. Sunday Eiselt
SPECIAL NOTE: Held at Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos TrailArchaeologist and Associate Professor of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University; Author, Becoming White Clay: A History and Archaeology of Jicarilla Apache Enclavement’; Co-Author, (w/D. Snow), ‘Plains-Pueblo Interaction in the American Southwest’, in Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the North American Southwest,
(B. Mills and S. Fowles, co-eds.)
Becoming White Clay: Athabascan Migration and Jicarilla Apache History

January 15 Matthew Barbour, M.A.
Historian and Archaeologist; Northern Regional Manager, New Mexico Historic Sites, Department of Cultural Affairs; Research Associate, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico; Excavator, Palace of the Governor
Religion and Rebellion: Franciscan Influence in the Pueblos

January 22 Kevin Red Star (Crow) with Kitty Leaken and Daniel Gibson
Kevin: former Artist in Residence, Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow; Honorary Doctorates, Rocky Mountain College and Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA); Painter and Artist of the Year, Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, Montana   Kitty: Photographer, Native Artists; The New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook.      Daniel: Author, Pueblos of the Rio Grande: A Visitor’s Guide       Kitty and Daniel: Kevin Red Star: Crow Indian Artist
Kevin Red Star: Visual Historian of Crow Culture

January 29 Nina Sanders (Whistling Water Clan, Apsa’alooke/Crow)
Intern, School for Advanced Research (SAR), Guest Curator, Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts;
Delegation Member, Recovering Voices Program, National Anthropological Archives,
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)
Baaxpe’e: The Sacred and Sensitive in Apsa’alooke (Crow) Country

February 5 Dr. Lynda D. McNeil
Visiting Researcher-Scholar, Arizona State University, School of Human Evolution & Social Change; Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado (ret.), Author,The Mythic Mode of Symbolic Discourse; Co-Author: (w/S. Ortman), ‘Kiowa Odyssey: Evidence of Historical Relationships Among Pueblo, Fremont, and Northwest Plains Peoples’,
in Plains Anthropologist
Turkey Girl: A Tewa Folktale of Resistance and Becoming

February 12 Dr. Richard D Feldman, M.D.
Former Indiana State Health Commissioner, Board member, Eiteljorg Museum of the American Indians and director Eiteljorg Museum Totem Pole Project; former member, Board of Trustees, Indiana Historical Society; Amateur Historian and Author, Home Before the Raven Caws.Home Before the Raven Caws: Mystery of the Golden Hill Totem Pole

February 19 Dr. Polly Dix Schaafsma
Anthropologist, Archaeologist, and Rock Art Researcher; Author: Rock Art in New Mexico; Images and Power: Rock Art and Ethics; Warrior, Shield, and Star: Imagery and Ideology of Pueblo Warfare Indian Rock Art of the Southwest; Rock Art in New Mexico; Rock Art of Utah; Co-Author (w/D. Muench), Images in Stone: Petroglyphsand Photographs; Editor,
Kachinas in the Pueblo World.
Petroglyphs, Symbols, & Change: Power on Display in the Rio Grande Valley

February 26 Dr. Benjamin Madley
Historian and Associate Professor, University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)Author, An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe: 1846-1873; Los Angeles Times Book Prize for History; Raphael Lemkin Book Award, Institute for the Study of Genocide; Charles Redd Phi Alpha Theta Award, Best Book on the American West; Best New Western Author, True West Magazine; California Gold Medal Book Award; New York Times Editors’ ChoiceAn American Genocide

March 5 Dr. Matthew Schmader
Archaeologist and Superintendent of Open Space, Department of Parks and Recreation, City of Albuquerque (Ret.); Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America (AIA); Principal Investigator on more than fifty central New Mexico archaeological research projects.
Black Legend, White Legend: More Than Fifty Shades of Gray

March 12 Dr. Bruce Bernstein
Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Pojoaque Pueblo; Executive Director, Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts; Former director: Southwestern Association of Indian Arts (SWAIA) and New Mexico Museum of Indian Arts and Culture; Author: Voices in Clay: Pueblo Pottery from the Edna M. Kelly Collection; Modern By Tradition: American Indian Painting in the Studio Style; The Language of Native American Baskets: From the Weavers’ View; Tammy Garcia: Form Without Boundaries; Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts and the Marketplace
Tewa Male Potters: 1880-1920

      $15 PER PERSON AT THE DOOR ~ OR $120 TO SUBSCRIBE TO THIS SERIES OF 10 LECTURES       

 

TRAVELS WITH A SCHOLAR 2018 & 2019

2018: FEBRUARY 24-MARCH 2:  Mounds and Migrants with Dr. Bill Doelle, Dr. Jeff Clark and Lyle Balenquah

2018: MAY 22-28:   Southern Bears Ears: Archaeology and Rock Art of the San Juan River with David Noble

2018: SEPTEMBER 12-15:  Super Volcanoes OF the San Juans: with Dr. Kirt Kempter

2019: MAY 17-25:  A Grand Expedition: Rafting the Grand Canyon with Wayne Ranney and Dr. John Ware

 

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