In the great state of New Mexico and looking for something to do this year? Check out the lecture schedule in Santa Fe!
September 9 Tim Maxwell (Director Emeritus, Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies) Chasing Beauty: The Turquoise of the Casas Grandes Region of Northern Mexico
October 14 Scott Fitzpatrick (University of Oregon/AIA national speaker) How Oceanographic Effects Influenced the Prehistoric Colonization of Islands: a Pacific Caribbean Comparison.
November 11 Richard I. Ford (Arthur F. Thurnau Professor Emeritus Anthropology and Botany, University of Michigan) Religion on the Rocks: Petroglyphs In Northern New Mexico
January 13 John Pohl (University of California/AIA national speaker) Bringing the Pre-Columbian World to Life: The Scholar’s Role in Entertainment Media
February 10 Anastasia Steffen (Valles Caldera National Preserve) Fire and the Archaic Landscapes of the Valles Caldera
March 10 John Bailey (Rio Grande del Norte National Monument) What is the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument?
April 14 George Crawford (Blackwater Draw) The Clovis Site, Landscape, Environment, and Preservation on the Southern High Plains
Fall 2014 Brown Bag (September 20) – The Folsom Site, led by David Eck, State Land Office archaeologist.
Spring 2015 Trip (April 24-27) – Fort Stanton; Lincoln; and more to be determined.
Spring Brown Bag (May 9 tentative) – Los Luceros, Alcade, NM
The Santa Fe Archaeological Society (founded 1900) is a chapter of the American Archaeological Institute.
Talks are held at the Pecos Trail Café, 2239 Old Pecos Trail.