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Webinars: A Summer of Re-connections: Re-documenting Diné Archaeology Sites on Chacra Mesa
In the summer of 2021, Davina Two Bears participated in re-documenting Diné archaeology sites on Chacra Mesa in Chaco Culture...
Webinars: Landscapes and Life: expressions in glass
Glass art opens another door that can become another way that Hopi artists could express their inner thoughts and their...
Webinars: Curating in Context: A Discussion on Current Wheelwright Museum Exhibitions
Andrea R. Hanley is the chief curator at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian in Santa Fe, New Mexico....
Webinars: Paint Technology in the Chaco World
Paint is one of the oldest known human technologies, yet it remains underrepresented in archaeological discourse. Making paint requires intimate...
Webinars: Federal Indian Boarding Schools in Colorado
Dr. Holly Norton, History Colorado and Mr. Garrett Briggs, enrolled member of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe The State of...
Webinars: Iridescent Beetle Adornment Suggest Incipient Status Competition Among the Earliest Horticulturalist in Bears Ears National Monument
Anthropological research has long theorized that emergent food-producing economies catalyzed high levels of inequality in human societies as evident in...
Webinars: Native American Fire Management at an Ancient Wildland-Urban Interface in the Southwest US
As residential development continues into flammable landscapes, wildfires increasingly threaten homes, lives, and livelihoods in the so-called ‘wildland-urban interface’ or...
Webinars: Updates from the Mesa: The Far View Archaeological Project
One of the largest ancestral Pueblo villages on the Mesa Verde Cuesta, the Far View community, is well known and...
Webinars: The Geology of Canyons of the Ancients National Monument
Canyons of the Ancients National Monument (CANM) is situated on the edge of the Colorado Plateau; a block of (mostly)...
Webinars: Thirteenth Century Reuse of Wallace Great House
Continuing excavations have contributed to our interpretation of the reuse of the 11-12th century Wallace Chaco great house in the...
Webinars: Indigenous Knowledge: Shifting Narrative, Enhancing Documentation, and Changing Policy in Museum Collections
Collaborative projects and longer-term partnerships with Native American communities are setting a new tone for the ways in which museums...
Webinars: Past Meets Present: A Conversation Between Two Mesa Verde Superintendents
What if Jesse Nusbaum, one of Mesa Verde's early superintendents could see the park today? Nusbaum served as superintendent several...

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