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April 2021

Lisa Young – “Sharing an Ear of Corn: An Archaeologist’s Perspective on the Role of Food in Community Collaborations”

April 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST

All AAHS lectures are open to the public but you must preregister. To register click here. Collaborations, especially with descendent communities, have become an important and vibrant component of archaeological projects.Engagement with community members commonly occurs during the fieldwork and analysis components of a project.What happens when the project is completed? How can archaeologists maintain connections with their community partners, especially in contexts where substantial distances separate them?In this talk, I share my perspective on the importance of food in…

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May 2021

Evan Giomi – Eastern and Western Pueblo Divergence: A Study of Network Structure and Social Transformations

May 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST

ALL AAHS LECTURES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BUT YOU MUST PREREGISTER. TO REGISTER CLICK HERE. Archaeologists and ethnographers have long noted the many differences in the social organization of the Western and Eastern Pueblos. Describing these differences and understanding their history and origins has been a perennial topic in Southwest Archaeology. In recent years, the greater availability of big data has opened new avenues for examining this topic, and this lecture will present one such approach. I will explain…

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June 2021

Ben Bellarado and Chuck Larue – Title to be announced

June 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST
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July 2021

Myles Miller – Five Millennia of Living on the Landscapes of the Jornada Mogollon Region of Southern New Mexico and West Texas

July 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST

Four decades of archaeological research in the Jornada Mogollon region of southern New Mexico and far west Texas has revealed a rich record of past lifeways. Due to its marginal location and misperception that the archaeology of the region consists mainly of non-architectural hunter-gatherer sites, the prehistory of the region is often viewed as peripheral to developments in better-known and more archeologically visible culture areas of the US Southwest and Mexican Northwest (SW/NW).  Recent research has negated such outdated views,…

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September 2021

Takasi Inomata – Title to be announced

September 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST
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