SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
NATIVE CULTURE MATTERS
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
August 17 John Haworth (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma)
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)-New York; Featured Presenter, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, UNESCO (Paris) and RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia; Past Chairman, Museum Association of New York; Member, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation National Leadership Council
Native Culture Definitely Matters
August 24 Dr. Suzan Shown Harjo
NOTE: Unitarian/Universalist Church, 107 W. Barcelona Rd.
2014 Recipient, United Sates Presidential Medal of Freedom, Native American Advocate, Poet, Writer, Legislative Policy Analyst; Founding Trustee, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian;
Nation to Nation: Treaties and Native Peoples
August 31 Dr. Bonnie Pitblado
Professor of Anthropology, Robert E. and Virginia Bell Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of Oklahoma; Author, ‘How Archaeologist and Artifact Collectors Can – and Should – Collaborate to Comply with Legal and Ethical Antiquities Codes’, in Advances in Archaeological Practice; ‘Analysis of Quartzite from the Upper Gunnison Basin, Colorado’, in Journal of Archaeological Science.
Paleo-Indian Settling of the Rockies
September 7 Dr. Timothy R. Pauketat
Professor of Anthropology and Medieval Studies, University of Illinois; Author, Cahokia: Ancient America’s Great City on the Mississippi; An Archaeology of the Cosmos: Rethinking Agency and Religion in Ancient America; Ancient Cahokia and the Mississippians; Chiefdoms and Other Archaeological Delusions; The Ascent of Chiefs: Cahokia and Mississippian Politics in Native North America; Co-Editor (w. S. M. Alt), Medieval Mississippians: The Cahokia World.
Climate Change, Corn and Frog Shamans in the Medieval Mississippi Valley
September 14 David Grant Noble
Archeological Writer, Editor: Ancient Ruins and Rock Art of the Southwest: An Archaeological Guide; In Search of Chaco: New Approaches to an Archaeological Enigma; The Mesa Verde World; Santa Fe: History of an Ancient City; Living the Ancient Southwest; Author and Photographer: In the Places of the Spirits; Represented in collections in Yale University Beinecke Library, Museum of New Mexico; 2003 Victor Stoner Award, Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society; 2011 Emil Haury Award, Western National Park Association
Ancient Ruins and Rock Art of the Southwest
September 21 Honorable Judge William Paul Johnson J.D. (Isleta/Dine)
Article III Federal Judge for the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico; Former Circuit Court Judge in the Fifth Judicial District Court of New Mexico; Law practice, Texas/New Mexico
Tribal Law Issues in New Mexico
September 28 Dr. Ann L.W. Stodder
Osteologist, Office of Archaeological Studies, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of New Mexico. Research Associate, Department of Anthropology, The Field Museum; Co-ed. (w/A. Palkovich) The Bioarchaeology of Individuals; editor Reanalysis and Reinterpretation in Southwestern Bioarchaeology; contributor to The Handbook of North American Indians, The Global History of Paleopathology, and The Oxford Handbook of Southwestern Archaeology.
The People of Sacred Ridge, an early Ancestral Pueblo Village: Life, Death and Social Memory
October 5 Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara Pueblo)
2011 Native Treasures Living Treasure Award, Museum of Indian Art and Culture, 2004 Santa Fe Indian Market Poster Artist, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Sculpture Commission, 2002 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market Best of Division,Best of Class, Sculpture; Director, Secretary/Treasurer, Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute
Native Foods and Native Culture: Sustainable Living in the Pueblo World
October 12 Dr. Nicole Waguespack
Associate Professor of Archaeology, Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming
Author, ‘Early Paleo-Indian, from Colonization to Folsom’, in Oxford Handbook of North American Archaeology, (T. Pauketat, ed.); Moderator, 2013 Santa Fe Paleoamerican Odyssey Conference, Center for the Study of First Americans, Texas A&M University
Clovis Subsistence, Pleistocene Overkill and Diet Breadth Models
$12 at the door ~ or ~ $90 for the Series of 9 Lectures
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