In the early 11th century CE, the use of full body corrugated cooking pots spread rapidly through Ancestral Puebloan populations. This corrugation technology grew out of plain and neck-banded antecedents and was eventually replaced in the 15th century by a
This talk outlines the long, twisted, fascinating, and largely unknown history of relationships between Jews and American Indians on Turtle Island, both in the realms of the imagination and in human-to-human, face-to-face encounters. The saga runs from the
A comparison of the Southwest/Northwest and Mesoamerican culture areas reveals an intriguing paradox. Parallels occur in cosmology, iconography, metaphor, and ritual. Despite these parallels, the societies of the two regions remain qualitatively different.
Step into the Pueblo world and discover the depth and diversity of Pueblo communities in the Rio Grande Valley. Accompanied by extraordinary Pueblo educators, enjoy a unique opportunity to experience deeper dimensions of Pueblo lifeways: Attend a Corn Dance
Climate change is significantly impacting Reservoir Powell, allowing Glen Canyon to rise again from the depths of impounded waters—a story of human history rises with it. Join us on an extraordinary journey in a landscape steeped in cultural traditions as
Experience an unforgettable journey into Bears Ears National Monument. During this five day-four night hiking and camping excursion, immerse yourself in cultural wisdom and scenic wonders. We’ll camp under the stars and take our time getting to know the
Visit with respect as we travel deep into desert environments that depict the history of ancient cultures surrounding the Green River and Nine Mile Canyon in eastern Utah. The multicultural voices of our Indigenous advisors and scholars will provide you with
Crow Canyon’s beautiful 170-acre campus is your base on an exploration to places that are sacred, special, and seldom seen while discussing aspects of cultural influence through stories and lessons that are still alive within descendant communities today.
The Salado flourished from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries from the Mogollon Rim to the Tonto and Tucson Basins. Here, the Salado intermingled with the established cultures of the region-Hohokam and Mimbres—finding their own unique footing and