SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
ANCIENT SITES, ANCIENT STORIES II 2013
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March 18 Dr. Sam Duwe
Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Applied Archaeology, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, New Mexico and Author,’ The Prehispanic Tewa World: Space, Time and Becoming in the Pueblo Southwest’; Co-Author (w/K. Anschuetz), ‘Ecological Uncertainty and Organizational Flexibility on the Prehispanic Tewa Landscape: Notes from the Northern Frontier, ‘ in Mountain and Valley: Understanding Past Land Use in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico (B. Vierra, ed.)
The Pueblo Cosmos Through Time and Space
March 25 Dr. Bruce Bernstein
Former Executive Director, Southwestern Association for Indian Arts and former Assistant Director for Research and Collections, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian; Former Director, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico and 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: A History of a Pueblo Community
April 1 Dr. James Snead
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, California State University-Northridge; Former Fellow, American Museum of Natural History School of Advanced Research on the Human Experience, and
Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University; and Author, Ancestral Landscapes of the Pueblo World; Burnt Corn Pueblo: Conflict and Conflagration in the Galileo Basin, A.D. 1250-1325; and Ruins and Rivals: The Making of Southwest Archaeology
Relic Hunters: Encounters with Antiquity in19th Century America
April 8 Dr. Barbara J. Roth
Lincy Foundation Professor and Chair, Department. of Anthropology, University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Author, Engendering Households in the Prehistoric Southwest (in press); Co-Author (w/A. Freeman), ‘The Middle Archaic and the Transition to Agriculture in the Sonoran Desert of Southern Arizona’, in Kiva; ‘The Role of Gender in the Adoption of Agriculture in the Southern Southwest’, in Journal of Anthropological Research.
Households and Community at the Harris Site, Mimbres Valley, New Mexico
April 15 Dr. Scott Ortman
Omidyar Fellow, Santa Fe Institute and Lightfoot Fellow, Crow Canyon Archaeological Research Center, Cortez, Co.; and Author, Winds from the North: Tewa Origins and Historical Anthropology.
Diversity and Complexity in U.S. Southwest Archaeology
April 22 Dr. Steve Lekson
Curator of Anthropology, Museum of Natural History and Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado and Author, A History of the Ancient Southwest; The Chaco Meridian: Centers of Political Power in the Ancient Southwest; The Archaeology of Chaco Canyon: An Eleventh Century Pueblo Regional Center; Co-Author (with J. Ninneman, J. McKim Malville) Canyon Sprit’s: Beauty and Power in the Ancestral Puebloan World; The Architecture of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.
Chaco in the North
April 29 Dr. Pat Gilman
Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
Co-Editor (w/V. Powell-Marti), Mimbres Society; Author, ‘Substantial Structures, Few People, and the Question of Early Villages in the Mimbres Valley of the North American Southwest’, in Becoming Villagers: Comparing Early Village Societies, (eds. M. Bandy/J. Fox)
Art of the Mimbres: What is it’s Meaning?
May 6 Dr. Paul Minnis
Archaeologist and Ethnobotanist Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
Editor, Ethnobotany: A Reader; Co-editor, (w/W. Elisens), Biodiversity and Native America; and Author, Social Adaptation to Food Stress: A Prehistoric Southwestern Example, Prehistoric Archaeology and Ecology Series, (K. Butzer and L. Freeman, eds.)
Chiles and Cuisine in the Ancient Southwest
May 13 Dr. Frances Mariko Hayashida
Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of New Mexico Author, The Pampa de Chaparri: Water, Land, and Politics on the North Coast of Peru‘, in Latin American Antiquity; ‘’Archaeology, Ecological History, and Conservation’, in The Annual Review of Anthropology; ‘Ancient Beer and Modern Brewers: Ethnoarchaeological Observations of Maize Beer (Chicha) Production in Two Regions of the North Coast of Peru’, in Journal of Anthropological Archeology;
Ritual of Chicha: Maize Beer Production in the Andes from the Ancient Past to the Present
May 20 Dr. James T. Watson
Head of Research Division, Assistant Curator of Bioarchaeology, Arizona State Museum and Assistant Professor of Anthropology, School of Anthropology, University of Arizona; Co-Author:
(w/ B. Arriaza, V. Standen, O. Munoz) (w/R. Byrd, P. Fish, S. Fish)‘Architecture and the Afterlife: A Spatial Analysis of Mortuary Patterns at University Indian Ruin’, in Journal of Arizona Archaeology
Blood Feud or Bad Death? Violence Among Early Farming Communities in the Sonoran Desert
May 27 Matthias Strecker, La Paz Bolivia
Rock Art Researcher and Co-Editor (w/Paul Bahn), Dating and the Earliest Known Rock Art (w/N. Franklin, P. Bahn) Rock Art Studies-News of the World, Vol. 3, Vol. 4; Author, Rock Art of East Mexico and Central America; Petroglyphs of the Rural Properties of Las Palmas, Chiapas, Mexico
Tiwanaku: An Andean Civilization
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