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AAHS activities include monthly lectures, field trips, museum visits and archaeological activities. Lectures, which are free and open to the public are held the third Monday of the month, every month except August, at 7:30 pm in DuVal Auditorium, University Medical Center, 1501 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson. Field trips are generally held monthly. Current projects include curation and analysis of materials from the Fort Mason site. We jointly sponsor a Navajo Textile Study Group with the Tucson Museum of Art.

Matthew Guebard - "New Discoveries and Native American Traditional Knowledge at Montezuma Castle National Monument"

17 July at 7:30 pm

Researchers prepare to depart Montezuma Castle cliff dwelling, 2016.                                                                              Photo Credit: Lucas Hoed   This presentation will discuss the use [...] » Read more

80th Anniversary Pecos Conference

10 August at all day

SANTA FE, N.M.–May 8, 2017–Attendee registration for the 2017 Pecos Conference has opened on the Attendee Registration page on our web site. We know many of you are eager to sign up for this year’s conference, taking place August 10-13, 2017 just outside Santa Fe on Rowe Mesa. Registration for presenters and vendors is not open [...] » Read more

Amerind Museum Back and Front Room Tour

16 September at 10:00 am

September can be hot in Southern Arizona, why not join us for a guided tour of the acclaimed Amerind Museum (www.amerind.org/index.html) on Saturday, September 16 at 10 am. Executive Director Christine Szuter and Curator/Deputy Director Eric Kaldahl have graciously offered us small group tours of the back room and larger group tours of the “front-of-the-house.” [...] » Read more

Kurt Dongoske - "Zuni Heritage and Cultural Landscape Documentation Through Film: Zuni and the Grand Canyon"

18 September at 7:30 pm

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Robert Vint on Tucson History through Architecture

16 October at 7:30 pm

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Lindsay Montgomery on Nomadic Tribes of the Rio Grande Valley

20 November at 7:30 pm

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Holiday Party and Research Slam

18 December at 6:00 pm

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