The Archaeological Conservancy's

2022 Virtual Lecture Series

MAY 26 | Archaeological Research Potential of the Borax Lake Site:
A Western Clovis Locality in California’s North Coast Ranges

Presented by | Dr. Greg White, RPA, Principal Investigator, Sub-Terra Heritage Resource Investigations, TAC California Agent and SAA State/Provincial Education Coordinator for Northern California

On May 26, Dr. Greg White will discuss the archaeological research potential at the Archaic Borax Lake Site in California.

RECORDED LECTURES

FEB 17 | Archaeology’s Place in Healing and Reconciliation: Reclaiming the Indigenous Paleolithic of the Western Hemisphere

Presented by | Dr. Paulette Steeves, Associate Professor in Sociology–Anthropology at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

This lecture focuses on reclaiming Indigenous Paleolithic histories through archaeological research. Dr. Steeves’ research challenges commonly held notions of the peopling of the Americas that weaves paths to reviving, reclaiming, healing, and reconciliation.

FEB 24 | Archaeology Underwater: How Submerged Landscapes are Changing the Future of Archaeology

Presented by | Dr. Ashley Lemke, Assistant Professor at the University of Texas in Arlington and Chair of the Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology

This lecture features Dr. Ashely Lemke who discusses how research on submerged landscapes is becoming an increasingly important part of archaeology with a focus on a specific study in the Great Lakes, where 100 feet of water has preserved a virtually intact 9,000-year-old landscape with rooted trees, peat bogs, hunting sites, and artifacts.

MAR 10 | Understanding Ancient Life at Utah Lake:
The Cultural History of the Smith Family Archaeological Preserve

Presented by | Elizabeth Hora, Public Archaeologist for the Utah State Historic Preservation Office, Utah Division of State History

On May 10, Elizabeth Hora of the Utah State Historic Preservation Office will talk about the cultural history of the Smith Family Archaeological Preserve, a 100-acre rock art preserve on the west side of Utah Lake.

MAY 12 | Color and Directional Symbolism
at Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon

Presented by | Dr. Hannah Mattson, Southwestern Archaeologist and Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico

On May 12, Dr. Hannah Mattson will share the results of a recent study where she explored the symbolism of directionality and color at Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon.

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