Southwest Seminars presents

May 2022 Lectures

Monday Nights in May at 6 pm | Hotel Santa Fe
Cost: $75 for the series of 4 lectures 
Southwest Seminars is offering four new lectures in May 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.
SOUTHWEST SEMINARS
219  Ojo de la Vaca, Santa Fe
New Mexico 87108
☎️: (505) 466-2775
📧: southwestseminar@aol.com

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

MAY 9 | Mesoamerican Indian Conquest of the New World

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.

MAY 16 | Surprising Finds from a Classic Maya Site: Recovery and Rediscovery

Presented by | Harriet ‘Rae’ Beaubien
Objects Conservator; Adjunct Faculty, Museum Studies Program, University of New Mexico Senior Conservator Emerita & Research Associate, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute Field Conservation Projects in Central America, Central/South Asia, Eastern Mediterranean & Middle East; Recorder, Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project; Site Steward, Santa Fe National Forest.

MAY 23 | Dream Bundles: Cultural Preservation & Contemporary Maya Ritual Practitioners

Presented by | Dr. Linda A. Brown
Adjunct Research Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico; Research Associate, Department of Anthropology, The George Washington University; Board of Directors, Member at Large, Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project. Co-Principal Investigator at Say Kah, Belize, a Classic Maya site; Investigations in El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico and the United States.
 

MAY 30 | Azteques, Cliff-Dwellers, Anasazi, Ancestral Pueblo…What’s in a Name?

Presented by | Dr. Stephen H. Lekson
Curator of Archaeology (ret.), University of Colorado Museum of Natural History; Research career focused on Chaco in the Four Corners and Mimbres in southern New Mexico with “occasional forays into other times and places”. Author of a dozen books, including A Study of Southwest Archaeology (2018).