Southwest Seminars presents

April 2022 Lectures

Monday Nights in March at 6 pm | Hotel Santa Fe
Cost: $55 for the series of 3 lectures 
Southwest Seminars is offering three new lectures in April to honor The Archaeological Conservancy. Call or email Southwest Seminars to find out more about how to register for the series. Seating is limited so reserve your space today.
219  Ojo de la Vaca, Santa Fe
New Mexico 87108
☎️: (505) 466-2775

Please Note: Prepayment is required along with proof of Covid vaccination or booster.  Contact Southwest Seminars for more information. 

APR 4 | Inquisition in New Mexico: A History

Presented by | Rob Martinez, M.A.
New Mexico State Historian; Specialist in Spanish Colonial church, cultural, and social practices; former Deputy State Historian & Research Historian, Sephardic legacy Project (on Crypto-Jewish phenomenon); Folk musician: Smithsonian Folk Life Festival, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and National Education Association Heritage Fellowship Awards Ceremony.

APR 11 | Reflections on Landscape, Culture, Solitude and Scenic Beauty

Presented by | Dr. Sarah Schlanger
Archaeologist & BLM Manager, (ret.) Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments, Old Spanish & El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trails; Intermountain & American Southwest fieldwork; former Curator, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture; Former: Associate State Archaeologist, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, NM Historic Preservation Officer, NM Historic Preservation Division.

APR 18 | Giusewa Pueblo Archaeology: Recent Discoveries at Jemez Historic Site

Presented by | Matthew Barbour, M.A.
Regional Manager, Coronado and Jemez Historic Sites, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs; Research Associate and former Project Director, New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies; Recipient, 2012 & 2014 City of Santa Fe Heritage Preservation Award; Author, 200+ Nonfiction monographs/articles.