Hopi High School Students to Visit ASM

AAHS along with the Arizona State Museum (ASM) and the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office is sponsoring a June trip for 12 high school students from Hopi to visit the several Hopi-related exhibits currently at ASM, as well as tour the U of A Tree Ring Laboraroy and the Biosphere. Students will also interact with their contemporaries from the Tohono O’odham including visiting the San Xavier Farm Co-Op and having a cultural food exchange by cooking and eating traditional recipes with the Tohono O’odham students and community members. The goal of the trip is to expose students to a variety of professions and disciplines to expand their horizons and spark interest in potential careers.

 

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2018 Hayden Student Paper Prize Announced

Congratulations to Katelyn J. Bishop (UCLA) and Samantha G. Fladd (U of A) whose paper Ritual Fauna and Social Organization at Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon was selected by the AAHS Publications Committee and the Arizona Archaeological Council as the 2018 Julian D. Hayden Student Paper winner.

Their  paper uses legacy collections and archival materials to explore the patterned spatial distribution of ritual faunal deposits in Pueblo Bonito to augment arguments about a dual vs. plural social organization at the great house.

The paper will be published in our journal, Kiva, and the winners will receive at check for $750.

 

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Kiva 84(1), is hot off the press, in your mail boxes and on-line. Remember as a benefit of membership AAHS members can access Kiva on-line with no charge.

AAHS nyoutubeow has it’s own YouTube Channel where we will be broadcasting videos of our lectures. Just uploaded Dressing Up in the Ancient Southwest: The Fashions of Fancy Footwear in the Chaco and Post-Chao Eras  by Benjamin Bellorado.

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