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Webinars: Native American Flutes of North America
Flutes found in the Americas, and more specifically the flutes of North America, have been in use for thousands of...
Webinars: National Mustang Association of Colorado
The National Mustang Association of Colorado (NMACO) is committed to preserving and protecting horses in the wild and promoting conscious...
Webinars: Impacts to Diné Activities with the San Juan River after the Gold King Mine Spill
On August 5th, 2015, 3 million gallons of acid mine drainage was accidentally discharged from the Gold King Mine near...
Webinars: Listening Seriously for O’odham Heritage
In this talk, Dr. Hill will discuss his insights into the value of considering Native perspectives on heritage. Archaeologists have...
Webinars: The Haynie Site and the San Juan Basin Cotton Mystery
One of the more fascinating archaeobotanical stories from the central Colorado Plateau and the San Juan Basin is the rare...
Webinars: What’s Going on at the Edge of the Greater Southwestern World? Current Research on Fremont Farming Communities in Far Northwestern Colorado
In this presentation, Dr. Jason LaBelle provides an overview of his lab’s ongoing work on Fremont farming communities located along...
Webinars: Explaining the Pueblo in Kansas: Ethnogenesis of Apachean and Puebloan Communities on the High Plains
Nearly 120 years ago, researchers identified a most unusual find for western Kansas: a seven-room masonry pueblo. This discovery led...
Webinars: Matanzas, Meals, and Mourning: Native American life at Mission Santa Clara de Asis Rancheria
Recent excavations at the rancheria at Mission Santa Clara in California have produced abundant data on the life of Native...
Webinars: Climate History & Indigenous Futures: Climate Adaptation for Contested Landscapes
This presentation considers how narratives of ecological damage – particularly those associated with climate change – have been used to...
Webinars: Recent and Continuing Research on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) Resolves Island Mysteries
Rapa Nui (Easter Island) has long fascinated researchers and visitors alike. Famous for its nearly 1000 megalithic statues (moai), the...
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...

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