While many of us are practicing social distancing by staying at home, Crow Canyon is bringing archaeology to you with a free, live webinar presented by Dr. Kari Schleher and Dr. Kellam Throgmorton!
Drs. Schleher and Throgmorton will be discussing the latest updates and research from the Northern Chaco Outliers Project on Crow Canyon's campus.
This webinar is FREE and open to all, but attendees must register online ahead of the event.
- WHEN: Thursday, March 26 at 4:00 p.m. Mountain Time
- WHO: Dr. Kari Schleher, Laboratory Manager, Dr. Kellam Throgmorton, Supervisory Archaeologist, and YOU!
- WHAT: An interactive discussion about the Northern Chaco Outliers Project
- WHERE: On your computer or phone no matter where you are!
- HOW: Register online today!
We hope you can join us this Thursday for this exciting opportunity.
About Your Hosts
|Dr. Kari Schleher is Crow Canyon’s Laboratory Manager. She teaches artifact analysis to students and adults in Crow Canyon programs. Her specialty is the analysis and interpretation of Pueblo pottery; she is particularly interested in production technology and what pottery can tell us about connections between different groups of people who lived in the past.|
|Dr. Kellam Throgmorton is the Supervisory Archaeologist for the Northern Chaco Outliers Project. His research interests include early villages, sociopolitical organization, landscape archaeology, and architecture. Kellam’s dissertation work considered Chaco landscapes as a form of political action, and he conducted fieldwork at two Chaco outlier communities.|