Steve Plog – Exploring the Many Interpretations of Chaco

ALL AAHS LECTURES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BUT YOU MUST PREREGISTER. TO REGISTER CLICK HERE. Multiple interpretations have been proposed to explain what has been referred to as the “Chaco Phenomenon,” defined primarily by the construction of large masonry great houses and roads in Chaco Canyon. I briefly discuss the history of research in […]

Steve Tomka, Strong Foundations and Promising Futures: Collaborative Efforts Between the Professional and Avocational Archaeological Community

AAHS@Home

This lecture is now being offered VIRTUALLY ONLY through AAHS@Home and Zoom.  We have had to cancel the in-person option. Pre-registration is required:  Use this link: https://bit.ly/2022JuneTomkaREG   This presentation will provide a brief history of the collaborative endeavors forged between professional and avocational archaeologists over the last few decades of archaeological research. It will […]

Barbara Roth – Lived Lives: Individuals in Mimbres Pithouse and Pueblo Communities

This lecture is now being offered VIRTUALLY ONLY through AAHS@Home and Zoom.  Pre-registration is required:  Use this link:  https://bit.ly/2022JulyRothREG We often view the occupants of past pithouse and pueblo villages as households or groups, seeing them as a collective rather than as individuals who lived, worked, played, and interacted within a community. Our recent work […]

Pecos Conference

This year's Pecos Conference will be held on near Pecos, New Mexico on Rowe Mesa, August 11-14. Each August, archaeologists gather under open skies somewhere in the southwestern United States or northwestern Mexico. We set up a large tent for shade, and then spend three or more days together discussing recent research, problems of the field, […]

Caitlin Wichlacz – Re-viewing the Dishes: Considering the place of Salado polychrome ceramics in the Phoenix Basin

This lecture is being offered VIRTUALLY ONLY through Zoom. ALL AAHS LECTURES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BUT YOU MUST PREREGISTER. TO REGISTER CLICK HERE How were Salado polychrome (Roosevelt Red Ware) ceramics incorporated into Phoenix basin Hohokam ceramic assemblages during the late Classic period? Understanding the roles and relations of Salado pottery within local […]

Ed Jolie – Chacoan Perishable Technologies in Regional Perspective

AAHS@Home

This lecture is brought to you by AAHS@Home and Zoom. It is free and open to the public but you must REGISTER HERE.  Between about A.D. 850 and 1140, the archaeology of Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico reveals the rapid construction of large communal structures where smaller settlements had existed previously and shows that […]

Used Book Sale to Support ASM

Arizona State Museum

Our annual fall used book sale will be held in the lobby of the Arizona State Museum, Friday October 21 from 10 to 4 and Saturday October 22, from 10 to 2. Ninety percent of the proceeds go to support the Arizona State Museum. All books are half price on Saturday from 12 to 2. […]

Used Book Sale to Support ASM Library

Arizona State Museum

Our annual fall used book sale will be held in the lobby of the Arizona State Museum, Friday October 21 from 10 to 4 and Saturday October 22, from 10 to 2. Ninety percent of the proceeds go to support the Arizona State Museum. All books are half price on Saturday from 12-2. We have […]