LECTURES – 50 MONDAYS A YEAR                 

August 14 Dr. Caroline Jean Fernald
Executive Director, Millicent Rogers Museum
Mesoamerican-Ancestral Pueblo Trade

August 21 Dr. Suzan Shown Harjo, Southern Cheyenne/Hodulgee Muscogee)2014 Recipient, United Sates Presidential Medal of Freedom, Native American Advocate, Poet, Writer, Legislative Policy Analyst; Editor, Nation to Nation: Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations; Founding Trustee, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)
Native Art 2017

August 28 Karl Laumbach
Archaeologist and Associate Director of Research and Public Education, Human Systems Research, Inc., Las Cruces, New Mexico; Author, Hembrillo, An Apache Battlefield of the Victorio War : The Archaeology and History of the Hembrillo Battlefield (Archaeological Research Report)
Apache Land From Those Who Lived It

September 4   Dr. Marc Thompson
Director, Tijeras Pueblo Museum, Former director, El Paso Museum and Research Associate, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico; University of the Americas, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico; Fieldwork Mayan Mesoamerica & U.S. Southwest; Member, Editorial Board, Pottery Southwest; Author, Mimbres Iconology: Analysis and Interpretation of Figurative Motifs (Dissertation)
Mimbres Rock Art Sites: Wind in the Willows

September 11 Dr. Duane Anderson
Former Vice-President, School for Advanced Research; Former, Director, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture; Former Director, Sanford, Iowa Museum and Planetarium; Former Iowa State Archaeologist, University of Iowa; Co-Author (w/B. Duran Tioux), When Rain Gods Reigned: From Curios to Art at Tesuque Pueblo; Author, All That Glitters: The Emergence of Native American Micaceous Art Pottery in Northern NM
Micaceous Pottery of Northern New Mexico

September 18 Dr. Nicholas C. Laluk (White Mountain Apache)
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Anthropology, Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America, (CSREA), Brown University, Providence R.I.; 2009 Recipient, Del Jones Award, Society for Applied Anthropology; Author, Apache Occupation of the Chiricahua Mountains.
Apache Archaeology: Collaboration, Identity, and Sovereignty-Driven Research

September 25 Dr. Michael F. Brown
SPECIAL NOTE: at Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail
President, School of Advanced Research on the Human Experience; Former Lambert Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies, Emeritus; Former Chair, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, and Former Director, Oakley Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Williams College; Recipient, Research Fellowships, National Science Foundation, Smithsonian Institution, and National Endowment for the Arts; Author, Upriver: The Turbulent Life and Times of an Amazonian People; and Who Owns Native Culture?
Stop Stealing Our Culture!: Protecting Cultural Heritage of Indigenous Peoples

October 2 Dr. Lindsay Martel Montgomery (Muscogee)
Assistant Professor, School of Anthropology and American Indian Studies University of Arizona; under review: ‘Nomadic Economics: The Logic of Comanche New Mexico’ in Pueblo Economicus: Alternative Pathways to Socio-Economic Development (S. Ortman, ed.); in press: ‘When the Mountain People Came to Taos: Ute Archaeology in the Northern Rio Grande’, in Spirit Lands of the Eagle and Bear: Numic Archaeology Ethnohisotry in the American West (R.Brunswig/D.Hill, eds.)
We Take Our Place With Us: Ute and Comanche Archeology in New Mexico

October 9 Dr. Anthony Dorame, Jr. (Tesuque Pueblo)
Agriscience and Environmental Instructor, Community Based Education, Santa Fe Indian School
Teaching Our Native Youth: The Pueblo Education Project at Santa Fe Indian School

October 16 John Haworth (Cherokee)
Senior Executive (Retired),Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)-New York; Featured Presenter, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, UNESCO (Paris) and RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia; Past Chairman, Museum Association of New York; Member, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation National Leadership Council
Native Language Preservation and Ofelia Zepeda (Tohono O’odham)

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