DISCOVER ARCHAEOLOGY WEBINAR SERIES


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The Discover Archaeology webinar series was launched in 2020 to keep Crow Canyon’s community engaged at a distance. Guided by the principle that there are many ways of knowing the past, these events reflect diverse voices that contribute to our understanding of the past, present, and future. Our webinars are free and led by renowned researchers, cultural specialists, tribal members, academics, and experts.

Our webinar events cover many unique topics; explore the history of the American Southwest from afar.

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“We don’t learn about the history of America in school. We are taught the story of Europeans coming to America.” LaDonna Harris (Comanche)Going...
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Located among the arid canyons and mesas of southeastern Utah are some of the best-preserved archaeological sites in the world. However, while other...
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The discovery of human footprints at White Sands National Park has opened up a new archive of evidence on past behaviors and human presence. In this...
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In the centuries following Spanish colonization of the Americas, domestic horses revolutionized the world of the North American West, giving rise to...
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Hopi gender roles have always provided a balance within Hopi society. As a matrilineal society, Hopi women have a specific purpose and path that has...
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The history of how Colorado’s rivers were allocated, dammed, and diverted is inextricable from the history of US conquest in Colorado. Amorina...
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This presentation examines the role of kinship and resistance as a means of interrogating pipeline infrastructure in Native and Indigenous...
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Territoriality, or the exclusion of competitors from resource patches, is an important strategy among a wide variety of human groups and is a...
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Through many centuries, the Diné textile traditions have endured, and are a quintessential element, of Venancio’s and his people’s cultural...
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In this presentation, Dr. Ortman discusses two important movements in archaeology today. The first is the recognition that archaeologists study the...
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