SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
APRIL VOICES 2023
MONDAY NIGHTS 6 PM AT HOTEL SANTA FE
LECTURES 50 MONDAYS A YEAR (ALMOST)
A PUBLIC PROGRAM GRACIOUSLY ASSISTED BY HOTEL SANTA FE, A PICURIS PUEBLO ENTERPRISE
April 3 Dr. John A. Ware
Archaeologist and Former Executive Director, The Amerind Foundation
Founding Director, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico
A Pueblo Social History: Kinship, Sodality, and Community in the Northern SW.
Chaco: A View from Downstream
April 10 Doug Crispin, B.A.
Celebrated 50th summer (2022) Wearing a park uniform: 25 yrs at Oregon State Parks (Oregon Coast, Central Oregon, & Willamette Valley) from entry level Park Ranger to Park Manager at 3 state parks; 25 years National Park Service Seasonal Ranger (14 different NPS sites) including North Rim Grand Canyon (Interpretive Ranger), Mesa Verde (Interpretive Ranger), Yellowstone (Old Faithful Naturalist), Grand Teton (Naturalist at Colter Bay), Rainbow Bridge National Monument (Backcountry Interpreter); Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, NPS Full Law Enforcement Commission; EMT Medical Tech
Challenges for Our National Parks
April 17 Dr. Russell ‘Rusty’ Greaves
Director, Office of Contract Archaeology and Professor, Department of Anthropology, UNM Fieldwork in archaeology, ethnology, and evolutionary anthropology at diverse archaeological sites spanning Paleoindian to 19th century in the Southwest, Great Plains, & Great Basin. Ethnoarchaeological fieldwork with Mexican Yucatec Maya & Venezuela Pume’, New Mexico & Arizona Pueblo & Dine’ communities. Involved in protection of landscape, features, viewsheds, and modern sound intrusions on places important to Native American use. Appreciation of indigenous histories not as thoroughly treated as more recent New World migrants.
40 Years in the Field
April 24 Dr. Ashley Lemke University of Texas-Arlington
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
University of Texas at Arlington; Ex-Officio Chair, Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology; Author, Hunting Architecture and Underwater Archaeology. A leading researcher on the archaeology of hunter-gatherers and expert on submerged ancient sites in the Americas including Gulf of Mexico, Great Lakes, and Atlantic Ocean. Terrestrial and underwater archaeology from European Lower Paleolithic to 19th c. Nunamiut sites in the Arctic & 9,000 year old caribou hunting sites currently 100 feet below water.
Archaeology’s Research Frontier: Submerged sites in North American Great Lakes
$20 at the Door – or – $75 To Subscribe to the Series of 4 Lectures
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