Virtual Lecture | The Box-S Ruin: A Tale of Healing Decades of Site Destruction at an Ancestral Zuni Pueblo by James B. Walker

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    When:
    Aug 26, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    2020-08-26T17:00:00-06:00
    2020-08-26T18:00:00-06:00
    Where:
    Webex Virtual Meeting Room (See Link Below)
    Cost:
    Free
    Contact:
    April Brown
    (505) 695-9735
    Virtual Lecture | The Box-S Ruin: A Tale of Healing Decades of Site Destruction at an Ancestral Zuni Pueblo by James B. Walker @ Webex Virtual Meeting Room (See Link Below)

    Please join us for a special Virtual Lecture event celebrating The Archaeology Conservancy’s 40th Anniversary on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at 5pm MDT.  

    The Box-S Ruin: A Tale of Healing Decades of Site Destruction at an Ancestral Zuni Pueblo by James B. Walker, Southwest Regional Director and Vice President of The Archaeological Conservancy

    Located adjacent to the Zuni Reservation in Western New Mexico, this 1100 room masonry pueblo was acquired by The Archaeological Conservancy for permanent preservation in 1999. Dating from AD 1260-1285, the pueblo is considered by the Zuni to be part of their ancestral homeland. The lecture will focus on a unique collaborative effort by the Conservancy and the people from Zuni Pueblo to repair the extensive looting damage at the site.

    James B. Walker, a New Mexico native, has worked the for The Archaeological Conservancy for the past 39 years, currently serving as the Conservancy’s Southwest Regional Director. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from The University of New Mexico in Anthropology (BA) and Business Administration (MBA). He has had extensive experience and education in real estate and cultural resource management.

    This lecture series is sponsored by The Archaeological Conservancy.  It is free to members of the Conservancy and the general public.

    To attend, please register by emailing tac.connect@gmail.com.  

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