SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
ANCIENT SITES, ANCIENT STORIES FALL 2021
GRATEFUL TO BE WITH YOU AGAIN
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November 15 Dr. John A. Ware
Archaeologist, Founding Director, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, former Director Lab of Anthropology, former Executive Director, The Amerind Foundation, Author: A Pueblo Social History: Kinship, Sodality, and Community in the Northern Southwest.
Why is a Kiva?
November 22 Dr. Carol Patterson
Archaeologist, Cultural Anthropologist, & Principal Investigator, Urraca Archaeological Services; Research Associate, Dominguez Archaeological Research Group; Author, Ute Indian Petroglyphs of Western Colorado and Eastern Utah as Interpreted by Clifford Duncan, American Philosophical Society; Ute Rock Art Map, Int’l. Federation of Rock Art Organizations
Animism & Metaphor in Southwest Rock Art
November 29 Paul F. Reed
Preservation Archaeologist, Archaeology Southwest; Chaco Scholar, Salmon Ruins; Co-Editor (w/G. Brown), Aztec, Salmon, and the Puebloan Heartland of the Middle San Juan, Winner, 2019 New Mexico-Arizona Book Award in Anthropology/Archaeology.
Protecting the Chaco World
December 6 Dr. Wolky Toll
Archaeologist, Co-Author: (w/L. Cordell & M.S. Toll) ‘Archaeological Corn from Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico: Dates, Contexts, Sources’; Recipient, 1987 University of Colorado Earl Morris Award; Field Director, Office of Archaeological Studies La Plata Highway Project
Totah: Time and Rivers Flowing
December 13 Dr. William Doelle
Archaeologist, President and Founder, Archaeology Southwest and Founder, Center for Desert Archaeology; Extensive professional archaeology work in Mexico, Guatemala and the U.S. Southwest; former Board of Directors, Society for American Archaeology (SAA)
Bears Ears: Hope for Healing
December 20 Dr. Bruce Bernstein
Executive Director, Continuous Pathways Foundation; Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Pojoaque Pueblo; Former Executive Director, Southwestern Association for Indian Arts; former Director for Research and Collections, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian; Former Director and Chief Curator, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico; Author, The Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts in the Marketplace; Co-Author (w/W. J. Rushing), Modern by Tradition: American Indian Painting in the Studio Style.
San Ildefonso Pottery: Voice of the Clay, 1600-1930
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