Stay connected to the past through these free online resources.
Want a quick overview of an archaeological culture, topic, or place? Try our fact sheet series. To go deeper, explore older back issues of Archaeology Southwest Magazine. Don’t know where to start? Use our introductory guide to get an overview of the major concepts, places, cultures, and themes that Southwestern archaeologists are exploring.
Find out what we’re learning and sharing at professional conferences through our conference poster series, and discover current research and insights from today’s top scholars through our video archive and Preservation Archaeology blog. Want to interact and ask questions in real time? Stay tuned for upcoming online presentations on our events page. If you want to learn more, you can also now enjoy extended content related to these presentations.
While sheltering at home, you can digitally explore heritage sites and plan future visits. You can also learn ancient skills like flintkanpping and knife hafting through Hands-On Archaeology’s online tutorials.
And for the next few months, we’ll be featuring a recent issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine and making it temporarily available as a free download. This month’s issue is “New Horizons for Southwestern Rock Art.” Download yours today.
Finally, stay connected with us and one another through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Follow archaeology and heritage news by signing up for our weekly Southwest Archaeology Today newsletter.
Keep well and safe, from all of us at Archaeology Southwest.