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Archaeology, an Apache perspective
Shiloh V. Craig, University of New Mexico (July 13, 2018)—I am an enrolled member of the White Mountain Apache tribe. I am of the Made Yellow clan; born for the Navajo (Zia/Weaver), my paternal grandfather is of the Folded Arms clan, and my maternal grandfather is of the Rocks sticking out (Roa...
A View of American Politics from the Perspective of Southwestern Archaeology
A View of American Politics from the Perspective of Southwestern Archaeology Inequality. Economic recession. Wage stagnation. These are the buzzwords of the populist uprisings on both the left and the right during this 2016 election season. Although they’re running strikingly different campaigns, ...
Acoma Protests Publication of Private Cultural Heritage
Acoma Protests Publication of Private Cultural Heritage While a manuscript of The Origin Myth of Acoma Pueblo was submitted to Acoma Pueblo at the pueblo’s insistence upon discovering Nabokov’s planned publication, and was being reviewed by traditional leaders, Nabokov did not follow through on ...
Arizona Historic Preservation Conference Begins This Wednesday, June 22
Arizona Historic Preservation Conference Begins This Wednesday, June 22 The 9th Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference: “Valuing Historic Perspectives” will take place June 22 through June 24, 2011 at the University Park Marriott in Tucson, 880 East Second St. The conference, hosted by...