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Event: Empowering Students

Date: September 30th, 2021

Time: 2:00-3:00 pm

Location: Sandia Room (CUB)

Description: Dr. Cynthia E. Orozco, Professor of History & Humanities, ENMU Ruidoso will be giving a touching presentation on how students can empower themselves while juggling all of the stresses of being a college student. She will cover several different topics that relate to college students regardless of your background.

Contact: Hispanic Affairs at (575) 562-2451 or enmu.hispanicaffairs@enmu.edu


Casas Grandes Ceramics of Chihuahua, Mexico Casas Grandes Ceramics of Chihuahua, Mexico

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Event: Casas Grandes Ceramics of Chihuahua Mexico

Date: October 6th  2021

Time: 2pm

Location: Sandia Room

Description: Join Blackwater Draw Museum's Collections Manager, Samantha Bomkamp, as she shares her research on Casas Grandes (Chihuahua, Mexico) pottery. These vibrant ceramics tell archaeologists and historians a great deal about life in the region around 1300 AD. Casas Grandes pottery is known for its beautiful geometric designs and figures of humans and animals. Many museum collections now hold pottery from this region, including ENMU's very own Blackwater Draw Museum. This pre-contact pottery tradition also inspired a local Chihuahuan community, Mata Ortiz, to foster a new tradition of pottery making that has prospered into its own style. 

 

Contact: Hispanic Affairs at (575) 562-2451 or enmu.hispanicaffairs@enmu.edu


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