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Cynthia Irwin-Williams Lectureship

 

Guest Speakers

 

 

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Year

Speaker

From

Topic

1

1997

Dr. Linda S. Cordell

University of Colorado in Boulder

Aftermath of Chaos in the Pueblo Southwest

2

2001

Dr. Thomas Dillehay

University of Kentucky

The First Americans: An Interdisciplinary and South American Perspective

3

2002

Dr. Stephen Lekson

University of Colorado in Boulder

The New Ancient Southwest

4

2003

Dr. Lynne Sebastian

SRI Foundation

The Awful Truth about Archaeology

5

2004

Dr. David Hurst Thomas

American Museum of Natural History

Skull Wars Revisited

6

2005

Dr. David Meltzer

Southern Methodist University

Back to Where it All Began:  A New Look at the Folsom Site

7

2006

Dr. Virginia L. Butler

Portland State University

Where Have All the Native Fish Gone?

8

2007

Dr. Glenna Dean

New Mexico State Archaeologist

In Search of Anasazi Lite: Fermentation in New Mexico Prehistory

9

2008

Dr. Douglas W. Schwartz

School for Advanced Research

Researching at the Edge of Splendor:  Discovering Grand Canyon Prehistory

10

2008

Dr. J. Stanley Rhine

New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator

The Real CSI:  Forensic Anthropology and the Investigation of Death

11

2010

Cancelled

 

 

12

2011

Dr. Patricia L. Crown

University of New Mexico

Chaco Chocolate: The Recovery of Cacao at Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon

13

2012

Dr. Ted Goebel

Texas A&M University

Ice Age Peopling of America:  Do stones, bones and genes tell the same story?

14

2013

Dr. Catherine M. Cameron

University of Colorado

The Bluff Great House and the Chaco Phenomenon

15

2014

Dr. David Hunt

National Museum of Natural History

Forensic Files of the Smithsonian Institution

16

2015

Dr. Bruce B. Huckell

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, UNM

Making Sense of the Mockingbird Gap Clovis Site in the Northern

Jornada del Muerto

17

2016

Dr. Michael F. Brown

School for Advanced Research

On Unintended Consequences: The Surprising Impact of Missionary Work among the Awajún of Eastern Peru

18

2017

Dr. Suzanne L. Eckert

Arizona State Museum

Telling Their Story through Clay:  Potters and Identity among the Late Prehispanic Pueblo Peoples

19 2018 Dr. Juliet K. Brophy Louisiana State University Discovering Homo naledi:  The Newest species in the Human Line
20 2019 Dr. Jack L. Hofman University of Kansas

Regional Archaeology and Intercept Hunting During Paleoindian Time

21 2020 Dr. Bonnie Pitblado University of Oklahoma

Paleoindian Use of the Rocky Mountains:  Higher and Earlier than You Thought! 

 


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