MONDAYS AT 6 PM AT HOTEL SANTA FE
LECTURES – 50 MONDAYS A YEAR
A PUBLIC PROGRAM GRACIOUSLY ASSISTED BY HOTEL SANTA FE, A PICURIS PUEBLO ENTERPRISE
October 2: Hiking Bears Ears Cultural Landscape Oct 2-8 with Dr. John Ware & Dr. Joseph H. Suina
October 9 Ben Reeder M.A.
Colorado River Boatman/Captain and Former President, Colorado River Guides Association. A 3rd generation boatman guiding in both Grand Canyon and Cataract Canyon his M.A. thesis described. His personal experiences facing the conflicts of managing a river in the interests of both human & non-human species allowed him to interview David Wegner, Jack Schmidt, Martha Hahn and Steve Martin, former Grand Canyon Superintendent, to gain a deeper understanding of the intersection between humanity and the natural world. Colorado River issues studies, water law, natural sciences, ethics, philosophy, & admiration for Terry Tempest Williams, Wallace Stegner, Barry Lopez, Ed Abbey, & Jack Loeffler broadened his perspective.
The Colorado River: Beyond Resource
October 16 Laura Marshall Clark (Muscogee), M.A.
Founder, Wild Horse Consulting, LLC, a Native-owned business supporting colleagues on tribal initiatives,
Fine arts, education, and writing, filmmaking, nonprofits and business projects; Museum Curator, Tribal educator, and Lecturer, University of Houston; Instructor, Chickasaw Arts Academy; Adjunct faculty in tribal humanities, East Central Oklahoma Univesrity; Teaching Assistant, Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma; Recipient, Andrew Mellon Native American Curatorial Intern, Fred Jones, Jr. Museum of Art. Lecturer, in Belfast, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
Clans, Chiefs and Kin: A Good Red Road on the Emerald Isle
October 23 Dr. Maxine McBrinn
Former Curator, New Mexico Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Department of Cultural Affairs; former Instructor, Department of Anthropology, Metropolitan State University; Former Research Associate, PaleoCultural Research Group; former Postdoctoral Research Scientist, The Field Museum; Co-Editor: (w/Deborah L. Huntley) Linda S. Cordell: Innovating Southwest Archaeology; (w/L. Webster) Archaeology Without Borders: Contact, Commerce and Change in the U.S. Southwest and Northwestern Mexico; Author, Social Identities Among Archaic Mobile Hunters & Gatherers of the American Southwest; Co-Author (w/Linda S. Cordell) Archaeology of the Southwest, 3rd ed; and (w/R.E. Altshuler) Turquoise, Water & Sky.
Innovating Southwest Archaeology: Linda S. Cordell
October 30 Dr. John Ninneman
Former Professor and Dean, Natural and Behavioral Sciences and Professor of Biology, Ft. Lewis CollegePhotographer, Canyon Spirits: Beauty and Power in the Ancestral Puebloan World (w/Essays by S.H. Lekson & J. McKim Malville); Cover Photographer, Greater Lunar Standstill, Chimney Rock (2010), American Archaeology Magazine, (The Archaeological Conservancy); Lecturer: Chaco Canyon National Historic Park, Canyons of the Ancients National Monument; La Posada, Winslow, Az; Naturalist Guide on Colorado Plateau: Smithsonian, National Geographic and National Parks Conservation Association. Solo Photo Shows: Center of Southwest Studies, Durango, Co; Anasazi Heritage Center, Dolores, Co; Farmington, NM Visitors Center.
Skywatchers of the Ancient Southwest
$20 AT THE DOOR – OR – $75 TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SERIES OF 4 LECTURES