SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
VOICES FROM THE PAST 2019

MONDAY NIGHTS AT 6 P.M. AT HOTEL SANTA FE
LECTURES – 50 MONDAYS A YEAR

June 3 Dr. Enrique LaMadrid
Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Spanish, Department of Classical Languages, University of New Mexico; Author Hermanitos Comanchitos; Editor, Querencias
Conquest, Re-Conquest and De-Conquest: Colonial & De-Colonial Celebrations on the Plazas of Nuevo Mexico

June 10 Jimmy Santiago Baca
Recipient American Book Award for Poetry and Hispanic Heritage Award in Literature; Screenwriter, Blood In, Blood Out; Founder Cedar Tree, Inc.
When I Walk Through That Door I Am and Laughing in the Light

 June 17 David Grant Noble
Editor, Writer, Author, Study Leader, and Fine Art PhotographerRecipient, Victor Stoner Award, Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society; Emil Haury Award, Western National Parks Association; Author, Pueblos Villages, Forts and Trails: A Guide to New Mexico’s Past.
Teenage Adventurers on the Santa Fe Trail

 June 24 Paul F. Reed and Gary M. Brown
Paul: Preservation Archaeologist, Archaeology Southwest; Chaco Scholar, Salmon Ruins; Gary: former N.P.S. Archaeologist (ret.); Cultural Resource Program Manager, Santa Monica National Recreation Area, National Park Service; Paul and Gary: Co-Editors, Aztec, Salmon, and the Puebloan Heartland of the Middle San Juan
New Perspectives on a Pueblo Heartland: The Middle San Juan Region

July 1 Dr. Heather Smith
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and Applied Archaeology, Eastern New Mexico University
Paleo Points Prove South to North Migration!

July 8 David Rasch
Art Conservator, Collector, and Director, Traditional Spanish Market and former Historic Preservation Officer, City of Santa Fe
The Beauty of Acoma Pottery

 July 15 Dr. Kelley Hays-Gilpin
Professor and Edward Bridge Danson Chair of Anthropology
Museum of Northern Arizona; Professor of Anthology, Northern Arizona University
Picturing Pueblo Communities: Images of People in Rock Art, Pottery, and Murals

July 22 Dr. Myrriah Gomez
Assistant Professor, Honors College and Former Assistant Professor of English, University of New Mexico; Recipient, Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship and UNM Faculty of Color Award for Teaching; Author, Nuclear Nuevo Mexico: Identity, Ethnicity, and Resistance in Atomic Third Spaces (Book in progress)
Legacy of Aztlan

July 9 Stuart Ashman
Executive Director, International Folk Art Market; Former Cabinet Secretary, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs; Former Executive Director and Curator, Center for Contemporary Arts
History of U.S./Cuba Relations and New Mexico’s Contribution

 August 5 Ray Sumner, M.A.
Doctoral Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant, Colorado. State University
150 Years Ago Today: John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Grand Canyon Expedition

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