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Webinars: Leaving Traces: Fairy Houses, Kindness Stones, and Constructed Heritage
Anyone who spends a lot of time on public lands in the U.S. is likely to encounter traces intentionally left...
Webinars: Aztec Archaeological Sites in Mexico
This talk will be a virtual tour of Aztec archaeological sites in central Mexico. Aztec villages were not greatly different...
Webinars: The Eyes of the Army: Indian Scouts and the Rise of Military Innovation during the Apache Wars
This talk explores the question: How has the US-Mexico border become a militarized war zone replete with virtual walls and...
Webinars: Feathered Serpents and Pole Climbing Clowns: the Paradox of the Southwest/Northwest and Mesoamerican Connection
A comparison of the Southwest/Northwest and Mesoamerican culture areas reveals an intriguing paradox. Parallels occur in cosmology, iconography, metaphor, and...
Webinars: Environmental Justice at the Moral Terrains of Environmental Heritage: Two Cases for Policy, Management, and Indigenous Recognition
Considering two distinct cases of Indigenous recognition, both involving World Heritage sites and National Parks, and both involving environmental justice...
Webinars: Artist Talk with Anna Tsouhlarakis
Anna Tsouhlarakis (B.A., M.F.A.) works in sculpture, installation, video, and performance. She is interested in challenging and redefining conceptual expectations...
Webinars: Diné Being & Seeing through Storytelling
Through photographs and life stories on the Navajo Nation, Rapheal Begay will illustrate how one's artistic journey is an extension...
Webinars: Why Corrugated Cooking Pots?
In the early 11th century CE, the use of full body corrugated cooking pots spread rapidly through Ancestral Puebloan populations....
Webinars: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors and Other Proverbs from the Pleistocene
In this presentation, Dr. Surovell examines the social organization of nomadic peoples in three case studies, two archaeological and one...
Webinars: Inscribed Indigenous Wisdom: Interpreting Rock Art through Indigenous Women’s Perspectives and Voices
In this talk, Emily will explore how rock art research can move beyond Western methods of identifying, describing, photographing, and...
Webinars: Return Migrations
“Indigenous guides traverse ancestral paths on journeys of remembrance, learning, healing, and respect.”In the Fall of 2022 and Spring of...
Webinars: NAGPRA Compliance and the Necessary Frictions of (Ir)reconciliation: Perspectives from One Multi-Positioned Practitioner
Sociocultural anthropologist Dr. Kathy Fine-Dare will examine NAGPRA compliance practices as they have been informed by sets of frictions and...

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