SOUTHWEST SEMINARS PRESENTS
VOICES FROM THE PAST: 2018
MONDAY NIGHTS AT 6PM AT HOTEL SANTA FE
LECTURES – 50 MONDAYS A YEAR
A PUBLIC PROGRAM GRACIOUSLY ASSISTED BY HOTEL SANTA FE, A PICURIS PUEBLO ENTERPRISE
May 28 Dr. E. Charles Adams
Professor, School of Anthropology and Curator, Arizona State Museum,University of Arizona; Author, The Origin and Development of the Pueblo Katsina Cult; Homol’ovi: An Ancient Hopi Settlement Cluster; Chevelon: Pueblo at Blue Running Water;‘Closure and Dedication Practices in the Homol’ovi Settlement Cluster’, American Antiquity.
Coming & Going: 13,000 Years of Migration on the Southern Colorado Plateau
June 4 Dr. Rick Hendricks
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), The Witches of Abiquiu: The Governor, The Priest, the Genizaro Indians, and the Devil. Four Square Leagues: Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico [Malcolm Ebright, Rick Hendricks, Richard W. Hughes)
New Mexico’s Mexican Governors
June 11 Dr. Robert Dello-Russo
Director, Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Former deputy director Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico
Buried for 10,000 Years: Startling New Discoveries at Water Canyon Site
June 18 Dr. Samuel Duwe
Archaeologist and Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and Director, Tewa Basin Archaeological Research Project, University of Oklahoma; Author: ‘The Prehispanic Tewa World: Space, Time, and Becoming in the Pueblo Southwest ‘(Dissertation); Co-Author (w/R. Preucel), ‘The Continuous Path: Pueblo Movement and Archaeology along the Northern Rio Grande’, in El
Pueblo Movement and the Archaeology of Becoming
June 25 Jonathan Warm Day Coming (Taos Pueblo) with Dr. Lois Palken Rudnick
Jonathan: Painter, Author, Book Illustrator, & portrait and photographic model
Lois: Professor Emerita of American Studies, University of Massachusetts, BostonAuthor, Mabel Dodge Luhan: New Woman, New Worlds; Utopian Vistas: The Mabel Dodge Luhan House and the American Counterculture; Co-Editor, Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and the West.
Taos Pueblo Artists and Patrons: Reflections on Three Generations of Gomez/Mirabal Families
July 2 Dr. Alan J. Osborn
Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology Department, University of Nebraska and Curator of Anthropology, University of Nebraska State Museum; Author, ‘Ecological Aspects of Equestrian Adaptations in Aboriginal North America’ in American Anthropologist; ‘Eye of the Needle: Cold Stress, Clothing, and Sewing Technology During the Younger Dryas Cold Event in North America, in American Antiquity.
Speaking With Beads: Prehistoric Body Adornment, Communication, & Plains Megadroughts
July 9 Shawn Evans, AIA,
Principal and Garron Yepa (Jemez/Dine’) AICAE,Atkin Olshin Schade Architects with Tomasita Duran, Executive Director, Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority and Paul Coriz, Santo Domingo Housing Authority
Pueblo Tribal Housing: Past, Present, and Future
July 16 Dr. Frances Levine
Ethnohistorian & President, Missouri Historical Society; Co-Author (w/M. Weigle),
Telling New Mexico: A New Mexico History; Author, Dona Teresa Confronts the Spanish Inquisition: A 17th Century New Mexican Drama; Our Prayers Are in this Place: Pecos Pueblo Identity Over the Centuries; Former Director, New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors
Women on the Santa Fe Trail
July 23 Dr. Kelley Hays-Gilpin
Archaeologist, Edward Bridge Danson Chair of Anthropology, Museum of Northern Arizona; Professor and Chair of Anthropology, Northern Arizona University; Author, Ambiguous Images: Gender and Rock Art (2005 Book Award, Society for American Archaeology;
Hopi Artists Tapping Archaeological Sources: Kiva Murals and Silversmiths
July 30 John Haworth (Cherokee), M.B.A.
Senior Executive Emeritus (ret.) Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI); Former Director, NMAI-NY; Assistant Commissioner for Cultural Institutions, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; Author, ‘Reflections About a Collection, a Collector and The Museum of The American Indian (Before NMAI)’, in American Indian Magazine.
Native Artifact Collectors and their Museums
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