NMAC Calendar


Events and deadlines relevant to New Mexico archaeologists and archaeology enthusiasts.

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June 1, 2024
  • ALL REZ: Kickoff Celebration with Axle Contemporary

    June 1, 2024  4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, 500 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, USA

    When: Saturday, June 1, 2024 -
    4:00pm to 7:00pm
    Where: Maxwell Museum & Courtyard
    Cost: Free & Open to All
    Presenter/s: Axle Contemporary

    Please visit our Temporary Exhibit page by clicking here to read all about ALL REZ: Keyah, Hooghan, K'e, Jina I Land, Home, Kinship, Life.

    ALL REZ is a traveling, site-specific, experimental photography exhibition and museological project. The Maxwell Museum and Axle Contemporary are proud to be partnering with Diné photographer Rapheal Begay and independent curator Lillia McEnaney to make it happen.

    The ALL REZ: Kickoff Celebration on Saturday, June 1, 2024, is a unique public event at the Maxwell Museum in which we will be hosting the actual Axle Contemporary Truck before it goes on its journey into and throughout Diné Bikéyah (Navajo Nation). Light fare, refreshments, and music in the museum courtyard!

    *Registration on our Eventbrite page is not required but appreciated*

    -This is not an NMAC event.

June 2, 2024
  • Friends of Coronado & Jemez Historic Sites: Traditional NM Music & Dance

    June 2, 2024  2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Coronado Historic Site, 485 Kuaua Rd, Bernalillo, NM 87004, USA

    First Sundays, from Sunrise to Sunset, starting May 5: "Dawn-to-Dusk" Activities at Coronado Historic Site

    Make this a monthly visit to enjoy the variety of fun things for families that are planned throughout the day, with special programs offered each afternoon.

    Sunday, June 2, 2 - 4 p.m. - Rosella and Estevan Pacheco - traditional NM music and dance
    Contact Jessica Coyle, 505-525-1340, jessica.coyle@dca.nm.gov

June 5, 2024
  • Friends of Coronado & Jemez Historic Sites: Learn About Pueblo Gardens

    June 5, 2024  10:30 am - 12:00 pm
    Coronado Historic Site, 485 Kuaua Rd, Bernalillo, NM 87004, USA

    Experience traditional Pueblo planting methods and watch the effect of what you have learned by returning each month to spend time with Ranger Anthony Magdalena in the garden at Coronado.

    Contact Jessica Coyle, 505-525-1340, jessica.coyle@dca.nm.gov

  • “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart

    June 5, 2024  7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart, sponsored by Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, PO Box 40577, Tucson AZ 85717-0577

    6:30 to 8:30 pm each Wednesday evening May 8-August 7, 2024. $109 donation per person ($90 for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center and S’edav Va’aki Museum Foundation members) supports Old Pueblo’s education programs about archaeology and traditional cultures. Donation does not include cost of optional AAS membership or AAS Certification Program enrollment.

    Registered Professional Archaeologist Allen Dart teaches this class in 14 two-hour sessions on Wednesday evenings May 8-August 7, 2024, to explore the archaeology of the ancient Mogollon culture of the American Southwest. The class covers the history of Mogollon archaeology, Mogollon origins, the complex subregional Mogollon “branches,” chronology of habitation, subsistence and settlement patterns through time, artifacts, rock art, religious and social organization, depopulation and movement, and descendant peoples. Minimum enrollment 10 people.

    The class meets the requirements of the Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) Training, Certification and Education (TCE) program's “Advanced Southwest Archaeology – Mogollon” course. Students seeking AAS Certification are expected to prepare a brief research report to be presented orally or in written or video format. The AAS basic “Archaeology of the Southwest” class is recommended as a prerequisite but this is negotiable with the instructor. For information on the AAS and the TCE visit www.azarchsoc.org/page-807603.

    Reservations and prepayment are due 10 days after reservation request or by 5 pm Friday May 3, whichever is earlier. To register or for more information contact Old Pueblo at 520-798-1201 or info@oldpueblo.org.

    IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO EMAIL YOU A FLYER with color photos about the above-listed activity send an email to info@oldpueblo.org with “Send Mogollon class flyer” in your email subject line.

    -This is not an NMAC event.

June 12, 2024
  • “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart

    June 12, 2024  7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart, sponsored by Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, PO Box 40577, Tucson AZ 85717-0577

    6:30 to 8:30 pm each Wednesday evening May 8-August 7, 2024. $109 donation per person ($90 for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center and S’edav Va’aki Museum Foundation members) supports Old Pueblo’s education programs about archaeology and traditional cultures. Donation does not include cost of optional AAS membership or AAS Certification Program enrollment.

    Registered Professional Archaeologist Allen Dart teaches this class in 14 two-hour sessions on Wednesday evenings May 8-August 7, 2024, to explore the archaeology of the ancient Mogollon culture of the American Southwest. The class covers the history of Mogollon archaeology, Mogollon origins, the complex subregional Mogollon “branches,” chronology of habitation, subsistence and settlement patterns through time, artifacts, rock art, religious and social organization, depopulation and movement, and descendant peoples. Minimum enrollment 10 people.

    The class meets the requirements of the Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) Training, Certification and Education (TCE) program's “Advanced Southwest Archaeology – Mogollon” course. Students seeking AAS Certification are expected to prepare a brief research report to be presented orally or in written or video format. The AAS basic “Archaeology of the Southwest” class is recommended as a prerequisite but this is negotiable with the instructor. For information on the AAS and the TCE visit www.azarchsoc.org/page-807603.

    Reservations and prepayment are due 10 days after reservation request or by 5 pm Friday May 3, whichever is earlier. To register or for more information contact Old Pueblo at 520-798-1201 or info@oldpueblo.org.

    IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO EMAIL YOU A FLYER with color photos about the above-listed activity send an email to info@oldpueblo.org with “Send Mogollon class flyer” in your email subject line.

    -This is not an NMAC event.

June 14, 2024
  • CPRC Meeting

    June 14, 2024
    Historic Preservation Division, 407 Galisteo St #236, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA

    Location: Hybrid meeting - in person at HPD office; online at zoom
    Contact: Irene Rubio, irene.rubio@dca.nm.gov

June 16, 2024
  • Friends of Coronado & Jemez Historic Sites: Painting or Beadwork

    June 16, 2024  11:00 am - 2:00 pm
    Jemez Historic Site, 18160 NM-4, Jemez Springs, NM 87025, USA

    Third Sundays, begin April 21, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. - Fun at Giusewa
    This series of fun days begin in April. Explore Pueblo life through related hands-on activities; cooking, dancing, art demonstrations, and visiting with local artists while learning some of the history of Guisewa.
    Contact Brenda Tafoya, Interpretive Ranger to find out more: brenda.tafoya@dca/nm.gov, 505-829-3530

June 19, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

  • “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart

    June 19, 2024  7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart, sponsored by Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, PO Box 40577, Tucson AZ 85717-0577

    6:30 to 8:30 pm each Wednesday evening May 8-August 7, 2024. $109 donation per person ($90 for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center and S’edav Va’aki Museum Foundation members) supports Old Pueblo’s education programs about archaeology and traditional cultures. Donation does not include cost of optional AAS membership or AAS Certification Program enrollment.

    Registered Professional Archaeologist Allen Dart teaches this class in 14 two-hour sessions on Wednesday evenings May 8-August 7, 2024, to explore the archaeology of the ancient Mogollon culture of the American Southwest. The class covers the history of Mogollon archaeology, Mogollon origins, the complex subregional Mogollon “branches,” chronology of habitation, subsistence and settlement patterns through time, artifacts, rock art, religious and social organization, depopulation and movement, and descendant peoples. Minimum enrollment 10 people.

    The class meets the requirements of the Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) Training, Certification and Education (TCE) program's “Advanced Southwest Archaeology – Mogollon” course. Students seeking AAS Certification are expected to prepare a brief research report to be presented orally or in written or video format. The AAS basic “Archaeology of the Southwest” class is recommended as a prerequisite but this is negotiable with the instructor. For information on the AAS and the TCE visit www.azarchsoc.org/page-807603.

    Reservations and prepayment are due 10 days after reservation request or by 5 pm Friday May 3, whichever is earlier. To register or for more information contact Old Pueblo at 520-798-1201 or info@oldpueblo.org.

    IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO EMAIL YOU A FLYER with color photos about the above-listed activity send an email to info@oldpueblo.org with “Send Mogollon class flyer” in your email subject line.

    -This is not an NMAC event.

June 20, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 21, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 22, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 23, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 24, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 25, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 26, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

  • “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart

    June 26, 2024  7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    “The Mogollon Culture of the US Southwest” 14-session online adult education class with archaeologist Allen Dart, sponsored by Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, PO Box 40577, Tucson AZ 85717-0577

    6:30 to 8:30 pm each Wednesday evening May 8-August 7, 2024. $109 donation per person ($90 for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center and S’edav Va’aki Museum Foundation members) supports Old Pueblo’s education programs about archaeology and traditional cultures. Donation does not include cost of optional AAS membership or AAS Certification Program enrollment.

    Registered Professional Archaeologist Allen Dart teaches this class in 14 two-hour sessions on Wednesday evenings May 8-August 7, 2024, to explore the archaeology of the ancient Mogollon culture of the American Southwest. The class covers the history of Mogollon archaeology, Mogollon origins, the complex subregional Mogollon “branches,” chronology of habitation, subsistence and settlement patterns through time, artifacts, rock art, religious and social organization, depopulation and movement, and descendant peoples. Minimum enrollment 10 people.

    The class meets the requirements of the Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) Training, Certification and Education (TCE) program's “Advanced Southwest Archaeology – Mogollon” course. Students seeking AAS Certification are expected to prepare a brief research report to be presented orally or in written or video format. The AAS basic “Archaeology of the Southwest” class is recommended as a prerequisite but this is negotiable with the instructor. For information on the AAS and the TCE visit www.azarchsoc.org/page-807603.

    Reservations and prepayment are due 10 days after reservation request or by 5 pm Friday May 3, whichever is earlier. To register or for more information contact Old Pueblo at 520-798-1201 or info@oldpueblo.org.

    IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO EMAIL YOU A FLYER with color photos about the above-listed activity send an email to info@oldpueblo.org with “Send Mogollon class flyer” in your email subject line.

    -This is not an NMAC event.

June 27, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 28, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.

June 29, 2024
  • Archaeology Southwest Field School in Silver City

    June 19, 2024 - July 30, 2024  
    Silver City, NM 88061, USA

    Join Archaeology Southwest, Western New Mexico University, and the University of Arizona this summer for the 2024 season of our Preservation Archaeology Field School in beautiful Silver City, New Mexico, June 19–July 30.Our Preservation Archaeology curriculum integrates research, education, preservation, and engagement with Indigenous and local communities. Collections-based research, museum curation, experimental archaeology, and archaeological survey work is complemented by public outreach activities and field trips to archaeological and cultural sites that immerse students in the history and cultures of the U.S. Southwest.

    Students will be active participants in our ongoing research project on corporate groups, extended-family households who cooperated for activities like growing crops and maintaining irrigation systems in the Mimbres area from AD 1000–1130.

    Undergraduate and graduate students will earn 7 credit hours while studying collections at the Western New Mexico University Museum and conducting archaeological survey work nearby. Students from small colleges and historically underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Visit www.archaeologysouthwest.org/field-school/ or email Dr. Karen Schollmeyer (karen@archaeologysouthwest.org) to learn more about the program, faculty, and amenities, and for application and funding information. Applications are due March 15, 2024.

    This field school is not affiliated with NMAC.