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2019 Annual Meeting
Collaborative Archaeology, Indigenous Archaeology, and Tribal Historic Preservation in the Southwestern United States

When & Where:
Hibben Center, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Saturday, November 9, 2019

Since the 1970s, Native American communities and individuals have become increasingly involved in archaeology and historic preservation in the southwestern United States. This involvement has taken many forms, including an ever-increasing number of Native American archaeologists, collaborations and partnerships among archaeologists and tribal communities, the development of numerous Tribal Historic Preservation Offices, and the creation of tribal Cultural Resource Management firms. The 2019 New Mexico Archeological Council conference will highlight the diverse ways that tribal communities participate in and structure the direction of archaeology and the historic preservation industry across the region, while also recognizing and reflecting on the potential for future growth in collegial relationships within this set of diverse stakeholders.




Keynote Speaker Event

Friday, November 8, 2019

6:00-7:30

Zuni’s Connection to the Grand Canyon and Beyond
Octavius Seowtewa
Pueblo of Zuni
Leader, Zuni Cultural Resources Advisory Team

Hibben 105, Hibben Center, UNM
Free Public Presentation