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December 2020

Video Field Trip to the ASM Pottery Vault

December 5 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm MST

Special Opportunity for AAHS Members Only AAHS@Home presents a close up tour of the renowned Arizona State Museum Pottery Vault with Dr. Patrick Lyons, ASM Director, Associate Professor of Anthropology, archaeologist and ceramics expert. In this pre-recorded tour Dr. Lyons will give an overview of the collection of 24,000 whole vessels housed in the vault.  The most complete specimen of the oldest kind of pottery yet found in the Tucson Basin is included in this collection as well as outstanding…

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January 2021

Virtual Research Slam and Silent Auction

January 11, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm MST
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John D. Speth – “The Beginnings of Plains-Pueblo Interaction—The View from Southeastern New Mexico”

January 18, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST

“…the people follow the cows, hunting them and tanning their skins to take to the settlements in the winter to sell, since they go there to pass the winter, each company going to those which are nearest, some to the settlements at Cicuye , others toward Quivira, and others to the settlements which are situated in the direction of Florida. They travel like the Arabs, with their tents and troops of dogs loaded with poles and having Moorish pack-saddles with…

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February 2021

Steve James – “Chicken Bones on Pueblo Grande”

February 15, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST
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March 2021

John R. Roney & Robert J. Hard – “Early Agriculture and Collective Action in the Southern Southwest”

March 15, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST
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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, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MST

Collaborative 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 nourishing collaborations that began over 15 years ago at the Homolovi State Park, near Winslow,…

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