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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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Wild Food and Cuisine

Online
06-27-2024

Wild-food and cultivated plants are found everywhere on the globe alongside human civilizations. They follow our footsteps impeccably, as humans...
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“The Lands Lead Us: Indigenous Learnings in Conservation, Leadership, and Movements," explores a holistic approach to land stewardship, emphasizing...
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Cartography, or the science of mapmaking, is often portrayed as a European invention and lives in popular imagination as primarily a tool of colonial...
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History, place, and fine art intersect in buffalo soldiers: reVision, an exhibition at the Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center, for an examination...
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Certain words become symbols. Crowds shouting “USA, USA” stir emotions of fervent nationalism. America is one of those words, often being...
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In 2020, High Country News published a report called "Land-grab Universities" (Lee and Ahtone, 2020). This work brought visibility to the Morrill Act...
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The southwestern United States has historically faced droughts and tough climate conditions, a situation predating the extensive effects of...
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Crow Canyon Archaeological Center started the Northern Chaco Outliers Project in 2016. This project focuses on the Lakeview Community, a collection...
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Exploring the rich tapestry of Indigenous history in Northwest Mexico, we start in the state of Chihuahua at the archaeological ruins called Paquimé...
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Farming has always been the way of life for the Tohono O’odham community in San Xavier, located just south of Tucson. Their way of life depended on...
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