SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
FEBRUARY VOICES 2023
MONDAY NIGHTS AT 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
February 6 Dr. Thomas Dalton Dillehay
Rebecca Webb Wilson University Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, Religion & Culture Distinguished Professor, Anthropology and Latin American Studies, Emeritus &Research Professor, Vanderbilt University; Escuela Arqueologia, Universidad Austral de Arqueologia, Chile; Senior Fellow, School for Advanced Research; Author, The Settlement of the Americas: A New Prehistory.
Out of the Shadows: A Contextual Case Study of the Beginnings of Andean Civilization in North Peru
February 13 Nicolasa Chavez, M.A.
New Mexico Deputy State Historian; Lecturer, History & Artistic Traditions from Spanish Colonial to Contemporary New Mexico; Former Curator, Spanish Colonial & Contemporary Hispano/Latino Collections, Museum of International Folk Art. Author, A Century of Masters: NEA National Heritage Fellows of NM; The Spirit of Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico;
History of Chocolate
February 20 Dr. John A. Ware
Social Archaeologist; 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.
Does Deep History Matter?
February 27 Rob Weiner, M.A. and Taft Blackhorse, Jr.
SPECIAL NOTE: Held at Santa Fe Woman’s Club ~ 1616 Old Pecos Trail
Rob: PhD Cand., University of Colorado; Paloheimo Fellow, School for Advanced Research;
Research Fellow, Solstice Project; Resident Archaeologist, Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions; Published research found in American Antiquity, Advances in Archaeological Practice, Time and Mind, and Kiva.
Taft: Indigenous Geo Archaeologist, Great House Environmental, LLC; Co-Author (w/J-el Piper, R. Martin), ‘Navajos in Chaco Canyon: Then and Now’ Presented at Navajo Studies Conference, Durango, Co., 2004.
Roads and Power in the Chaco World
$20 AT THE DOOR – OR- $75 TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SERIES OF 4 LECTURES
2023 TRAVELS WITH A SCHOLAR
APRIL 12: HIKING ABOVE DIABLO CANYON WITH DR. KIRT KEMPTER
MAY 3: THE ORTIZ VOLCANIC SYSTEM WITH DR. KIRT KEMPTER
JUNE 23: ARROYO HONDO PUEBLO WITH DR. JAY SHAPIRO
JULY 29: THE EXTRAORDINARY HISTORY OF PICURIS PUEBLO, DR. SEVERINE FOWLES & RICHARD MERMEJO
AUGUST 25-27: GEOLOGY OF THE CHAMA RIVER, RAFTING THE CHAMA RIVER WITH DR. KIRT KEMPTER
SEPTEMBER: 1-3: NATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON LAND & WATER, RAFTING THE CHAMAWITH ROXANNE SWENTZELL
OCTOBER 1-7: HIKING BEARS EARS CULTURAL LANDSCAPE WITH DR. JOHN WARE AND DR. JOSEPH H. SUINA,
OCTOBER 28: SAN MARCOS & GALISTEO PUEBLOS WITH DR. JOSEPH H. SUINA AND DR. JOHN WARE