SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
PANEL DISCUSSION ON PALEO-INDIANS: ORGINS AND ISSUES 2010
MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2010
6-8 PM AT HOTEL SANTA FE
A Panel Discussion Featuring:
Dr Eske Willerslev: Evolutionary Biologist and Professor, Natural History Museum of Denmark
and Professor, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Dr. Bruce Bradley: Paleo-Indian Archaeologist, Associate Professor of Archaeology,
University of Exeter, United Kingdom, and Flintknapper,
Dr. Michael B. Collins: Paleo-Indian Archaeologist,
Gault School of Archaeological Research, Texas State University-San Marcos
Dr. Jane Hill: Historical Linguist and Anthropologist,
Regent’s Professor of Anthropology, University of Arizona (ret.)
Dr. Eric Blinman: Moderator, Archaeologist and
Director, Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico
In the last several years higher technology, research, plus emerging interpretations of earlier data have pointed to different and intriguing possibilities regarding the Peopling of the Americas and the Paleo-Indians who migrated to the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Our panel of prominent scholars represent experts who have spent decades attempting to shed informed light on these questions. Enjoy short presentations by each followed by insightful dialogue, debate, and discussion of some of the most interesting questions of American history being studied in Physical Anthropology, Historical Linguistics, Lithics, & Paleo-Indian Archaeology.
A Public Program Graciously Assisted by
The Archaeological Conservancy;
Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico;
Gault School of Archaeological Research at Texas State University-San Marcos
The Santa Fe Institute; Office of Archaeological Studies, MNM and
Hotel Santa Fe, A Picuris Pueblo Enterprise.
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