Originally posted on Mu Alpha Nu:
For the second year in a row, our friends from the Texas Tech Anthropology Society joined Mu Alpha Nu for the 14th Annual Cynthia Irwin-Williams Lecture, and spent the weekend doing awesome anthropological activities. Thanks to all of the Mu Alpha Nu members that helped plan the weekend, and thanks to the Texas Tech Anthropology Society for coming down! Below are pictures and descriptions of the different activities that we did.
The Bluff Great House and the Chaco Penomenon
This year Catherine M. Cameron was the guest lecturer for the 14th Annual Cynthia Irwin-Williams Lecture. Dr. Cameron discussed various aspects of her excavations at the Bluff Great House in Utah, as well as topics regarding Chacoan Culture.