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July 3 Phoebe Suina (Cochiti/San Felipe Pueblo)
Founder and President, High Water Mark, LLC, 100% Native American, woman-owned environmental consulting company with a specialty in water resources. With a background in environmental engineering and management, Ms. Suina has managed emergency and disaster assistance projects for FEMA in addition to a prior career in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) for post-Cerro Grande fire erosion, sediment control, debris flow and flood hazard mitigation projects for more than a decade. Water resources engineering project design, operation, and maintenance on national rivers and waterways for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Currently managing client emergency and disaster assistance.
Water is Life
July 10 Dr. Karen Kramer
Behavioral Ecologist and Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah; Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California-Berkeley; former Associate Professor, Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University; Sabbatical Fellowship, Institute for Advanced Study, Toulouse School of Economics; Research interests: evolution of human sociality, life history, cooperative breeding, & childhood. Field sites: Yucatec Maya & Venezuelan savanna Pumé; Author: Maya Children: Helpers at the Farm. Harvard U. Press; Why Forage? Hunters and Gatherers Living in the 21st Century, SAR; ‘Cooperative Breeding in Humans’, Human Behavioral Ecology (Koster, Scelza, Shenk, eds.)
Too Much or Too Little Rain? Climate Stress Among Ancestral & Contemporary Maya
July 17 Dr. Joseph H. Suina (Cochiti Pueblo)
Former Governor, Cochiti Pueblo; Tribal Council Member,Professor Emeritus, Department of Education (ret.) University of New Mexico, Former Director, Institute for American Indian Education, (IAIE) University of New Mexico, Author, ‘And Then I Went to School’, in Teaching for Joy and Justice.
Fast Changes at Cochiti Pueblo 1950’s-1960’s
July 24 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; Best of Division and Best of Class, Sculpture 2002 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market; Director, Secretary/Treasurer, Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute
My Art, My Life
July 31 John Haworth (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma)
Senior Executive Emeritus (ret.) Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI); Former Director, NMAI-NY; and Former Assistant Commissioner for Cultural Institutions, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; Past Chairman, Museum Association of New York; Member, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation National Leadership Council; Featured Speaker, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, UNESCO (Paris) and RMIT University Melbourne, Australia; Author, ‘Reflections About a Collection, a Collector & The Museum of The American Indian (Before NMAI)’, in American Indian Magazine.
Reflections on Native Cultures and The Art
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