2022 Subvention Awardees Announced

AAHS annually awards a total of $5,000 towards the publication of works of particular interest to our community. We are pleased to announce this year’s awardees.

Robert Stokes, Katherine Dungan, and Jakob Sedig for the publication of 50 color images in Mogollon Communal Spaces and Places in the Greater American Southwest. This volume will be published by the University of Utah Press. $500.00

Samantha Fladd to  cover costs for figure reuse, color printing, and to help reduce the cost of  Capturing Water: Puebloan Resilience and Agricultural Sustainability in Chaco Canyon,  a book that compiles Gwinn Vivians work on agricultural practices and water management in Chaco Canyon. The volume will be published by the University of Utah Press.  $2000.00

Shelby Tisdale for No Place for a Lady: The Life Story of Archaeologist Marjorie F. Lambert,  a New Mexico anthropologist who has not been well recognized for her collaborative work or work with  museums, but was an important NM scholar, although appears in compilations about women anthropologists in the 20th century. This volume will be published by the University of Arizona Press. $1500.00

Susan Ryan (editor) for Research, Education, and American Indian Partnerships at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center. According to Ryan, “the primary purpose of this volume is to celebrate the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center’s contributions in the past, present, and future by providing a backdrop to the non-profit’s humble beginnings in the 1980s and highlight key mission accomplishments in American Indian initiatives, public education, and archaeological research since that time.” The requested funds will help offset the costs of distributing a free electronic version of the book for free to communities. This volume will be published by the University Press of Colorado. $1,000.00

Presidents Message

AAHS Welcomes a New President

AAHS welcomes Rebecca Renteria as our new Society President. Rebecca is currently pursuing a Ph.D in the University of Arizona Arid Lands program. Her goal is to use the tool that is archaeology to remember ways and relationships of the past,  and to teach  about dynamic and ever changing traditions of the present and future. As President of AAHS she looks forward to strengthening the diversity of our Society and broadening its impact. We are all excited to share in this mission.

 

 

 

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