Kyle Bocinsky, Ph.D., is a computational anthropologist interested in human responses to environmental change. He is an assistant research professor in the Division of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences at the Desert Research Institute, research associate at Crow Canyon, and adjunct research faculty in the Department of Anthropology at Washington State University. Most of his research has focused on the ancestral Pueblo people of the Southwest.
Anthony Lovato (Kewa) is a keeper of much traditional Pueblo knowledge. He advises Kewa Pueblo (formerly known as Santo Domingo Pueblo) in an effort to preserve and promote the Keres language, which is spoken in seven New Mexico pueblos. Anthony is a graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe and a master silver jewelry artist whose works are highly sought after.
Tuition is per person and based on shared accommodations. Tuition includes scholar honorarium, accommodations, meals listed, entry fees and permits, most gratuities, and transportation from arrival in Durango, Colorado, on May 21, 2018, until departure from Durango on May 26, 2018. Transportation to and from Durango is your responsibility.
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