Archaeology Café Online: Extended Content

Knowledge seekers of every kind are welcome at Archaeology Café—now happening live and online for all to enjoy from the comfort of home. Join us live and in real-time for our 2020–2021 season. Enjoy extended content related to our online presentations at the links below, and thank you for (virtually) exploring these special places with us.

4/6/21 Extended Content: Just What Is cyberSW?

Explore additional content related to Joshua Watts’s April 6, 2021 talk, “Should We Stay or Should We Go? Farming and Climate Change, 1000–1450 CE.”

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3/2/21 Extended Content: Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Explore additional content related to the March 2, 2021 talk with Karen Schollmeyer and Scott Ingram, “Should We Stay or Should We Go? Farming and Climate Change, 1000–1450 CE.”

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2/2/21 Extended Content: Preservation Archaeology’s Role

Explore additional content related to the February 2, 2021 talk with Stacy Ryan and guest, “Preservation Archaeology’s Role in Responding to Archaeological Resource Crimes.”

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1/5/21 Extended Content: Protected Places

Explore additional content related to John R. Welch’s January 5, 2021 talk, “Protected Places: Archaeology Southwest’s Conservation Properties and Their Emerging Roles in Preservation Archaeology.”

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12/1/2020 Extended Content: Beloved Things

Explore additional content related to the December 1, 2020 talk with Shannon Cowell and Kelly Jenks, “Beloved Things: Micaceous Bean Pots and Connections to the Hispanic New Mexican Homeland.”

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11/10/2020 Extended Content: The Flow of Water and Time

Explore additional content related to Chris Caseldine’s November 10, 2020 talk, “The Flow of Water and Time: Irrigation Longevity and Social Change among the Lower Salt River Hohokam.”

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10/6/2020 Extended Content: Safford, Ancient Arizona’s Forgotten Cosmopolitan Center

Explore additional content related to Jeffery Clark’s October 6, 2020 talk, “Safford, Ancient Arizona’s Forgotten Cosmopolitan Center.”

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5/5/20 Extended Content: Casa Malpais and Kinishba

Explore additional content related to John R. Welch’s May 5, 2020 talk, “A Tale of Two Cities: Casa Malpais, Kinishba, and the Elusive Promise of Archaeological Tourism.”

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4/14/20 Extended Content: Aztec and Salmon

Paul Reed shares additional content related to his April 14, 2020 talk, “Aztec, Salmon, and the Puebloan Heartland of the Middle San Juan.”

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