Jeffrey Ferguson

Contact

Kate Sarther Gann
Communications Coordinator
(520) 882-6946, ext. 16

2019
07
Jun

Southwestern Archaeology, Nuclear Reactors, and the MURR Archaeometry Laboratory

On Friday, June 7, at 7:00 p.m., Jeffrey Ferguson (University of Missouri) will present a public lecture, "Southwestern Archaeology, Nuclear Reactors, and the MURR Archaeometry Laboratory," at the Preservation Archaeology Field School headquarters, 8179 Hwy 180 W, Cliff NM 88028. Look for the cream ...
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2018
02
Mar

Greater Bears Ears as Borderlands

Today’s post is by our friend and frequent contributor R. E. Burrillo, who co-edited, with Benjamin A. Bellorado, the new issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine, “Sacred and Threatened: The Cultural Landscapes of Greater Bears Ears,” released today. R. E. Burrillo, SWCA Environmental Cons...
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2017
14
Jul

Our Valued Guests

Stacy L. Ryan, Field School Staff Member (July 14, 2017)—For most of the year, we staff members of the Upper Gila Preservation Archaeology Field School work on a variety of projects that focus on our research interests and areas of expertise. But for six weeks in the summer, we converge in Clif...
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2015
02
Oct

Gopher Jaws and the Past

Karen Gust Schollmeyer, Preservation Archaeologist (October 2, 2015)—I spent this week in beautiful southwestern Colorado working on the first phase of a new research project using animal bone chemistry to examine how people’s access to food animals changed over time in the Mesa Verde area. I ...
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2015
13
Sep

Ancient Southwestern Peoples Enjoyed Caffeine

Dr. Patrica Crown's Research on Ancient Caffeinated Drinks Reveals New Insights on Ancient Life in the Southwest People were hankering for a jolt of caffeine more than a thousand years ago, but the drinks were a lot different than the Starbucks espresso or can of soda we gulp down today. New resear...
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2015
28
Apr

How Far Did They Carry Those Deer? And Where Did All Those Turkeys Come from?

Karen Gust Schollmeyer, Preservation Archaeologist April 28, 2015—I recently received the good news that a new project we’re starting here at Archaeology Southwest has been funded by the National Science Foundation (BCS-1460385). I’ll be working with Jeffrey Ferguson, an archaeological chemi...
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