SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
OCTOBER VOICES 2022 MONDAY NIGHTS 6 PM
LECTURES – 50 MONDAYS A YEAR (ALMOST)
A PUBLIC PROGRAM GRACIOUSLY ASSISTED BY HOTEL SANTA FE, A PICURIS PUEBLO ENTERPRISE
AND WITH SUPPORT FROM THE NEW MEXICO HUMANITIES COUNCIL
October 3 Dr. Russell ‘Rusty’ Greaves
Director, Office of Contract Archaeology and Adjunct Research Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico; Director of Ethnographic Research, Center for Environmental Research (CHER); Ethnoarchaeological work with Navajo pastoralists, Pueblo Indians of Arizona and New Mexico, behavioral ecology research w/ Pume’ Venezuelan & Yucatec Maya foragers. Interests: biological anthropology, human evolution, & linguistics.
Ethnoarchaeology of Hunter/Gatherers: Yucatec Maya & Venezuelan Pume’
October 10 Rob Martinez, M.A.
New Mexico State Historian; Specialist in Spanish Colonial church, cultural, and social practices; former Deputy State Historian & Research Historian, Sephardic legacy Project (on Crypto-Jewish phenomenon); Folk musician: Smithsonian Folk Life Festival, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and National Education Association Heritage Fellowship Awards Ceremony.
Brujeria: A History of Witchcraft in New Mexico
October 17 Russell Sanchez (San Ildefonso Pueblo) and Dr. Bruce Bernstein
Russell: An active community member and potter; Awards include: Best of Show, 2022 Centennial Indian Market, Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA); Recipient, 2017 New Mexico Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts.
Bruce: Senior Scholar, School for Advanced Research; Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Pojoaque Pueblo; Former Executive Director, Southwestern Association for Indian Arts; former Director for Research & Collections, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian; Former Director & Chief Curator, Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Museum of New Mexico; Author, The Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts in the Marketplace; Co-Author (w/W. J. Rushing) Modern By Tradition; Co-Author (w/R. Sanchez & E. Fender) Voices of the Clay: San Ildefonso Pottery and Painting, 1600-1930 (forthcoming).
A Best of Show for Indian Market Centennial: The Legacy of San Ildefonso Pottery
October 24 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;
Growing Up Coyota: Castas in New Mexico
October 31 Dr. Rick Hendricks
Historian and Administrator, NM State Records Center and Archives; Former New Mexico State Historian, and Former Editor, Vargas Project; Author, New Mexico in 1801: The Priests Report; ‘Juan de Onate, Colonizer, Governor’, in Telling New Mexico: A New History (M. Weigle, F. Levine, L. Stiver, eds.); Co-Author (w/M. Ebright & G. Strock, illus.), The Witches of Abiquiu: The Governor, The Priest, the Genizaro Indians, & the Devil. Co-Author (w/M. Ebright, & R. Hughes) Four Square Leagues: Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico. Co-Author (w/M. Ebright)
Pablo Abeita: The Life and Times of a Native Statesman of Isleta Pueblo, 1871-1940 (In press).
Printer’s Ink & Bloodstains: A Murderous Newspaperman in the 19th Century New Mexico
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