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Continued Momentum for Bears Ears
NY Times Recognizes Presidential Legacy through Monument Creation President Obama seems most comfortable outside on an 18-hole golf course, not hunting bear in Colorado, as Theodore Roosevelt did while president in 1905, or deep-sea fishing for tarpon in the Texas Gulf, as Franklin D. Roosevelt, an ...
Archaeologists Petition the White House for a Bears Ears Monument
Archaeologists Petition the White House for a Bears Ears Monument How a 1.9 million-acre parcel in southeast Utah dotted with archaeological and historical sites is managed has been a source of contention for years. Now, with less than one year left of Barack Obama's presidency, multiple groups ha...
Museum of Northern Arizona Selects New Director
Museum of Northern Arizona Selects New Director The Museum of Northern Arizona has a new director and CEO. Carrie M. Heinonen will be stepping in for Robert Breunig, according to information from the museum. Breunig announced his retirement from the position earlier this year and will be leaving in...
Creepytings versus Rock Art and Banksy, Part 2
By Lewis Borck, Preservation Archaeology Fellow Read this first part of this post here. View examples of Creepytings’s graffiti at www.modernhiker.com. The second argument that bloggers and commentators have rolled out to defend Creepytings’s actions is that we shouldn’t view her w...
Creepytings versus Rock Art and Banksy
By Lewis Borck, Preservation Archaeology Fellow One of the things I like best about studying human behavior is exactly how confusing human behavior can be. What we do as archaeologists, anthropologists, sociologists, human geographers, and/or historians is much less like the frequently used...