DISCOVER ARCHAEOLOGY WEBINAR SERIES


Continue Exploring with a Crow Canyon Webinar

The Discover Archaeology webinar series was launched in 2020 to keep Crow Canyon’s community engaged at a distance. Guided by the principle that there are many ways of knowing the past, these events reflect diverse voices that contribute to our understanding of the past, present, and future. Our webinars are free and led by renowned researchers, cultural specialists, tribal members, academics, and experts.

Webinars will return Thursday, January 20, 2022

Our webinar events cover many unique topics; explore the history of the American Southwest from afar.

Join one in January for one of  live events or view recent events our full library on Crow Canyon’s YouTube channel.

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Lyla June (Diné/Tsétsêhéstâhese) will discuss native food systems in pre-Columbian times. Through her doctoral work she has seen that a common...
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The Formative Era (~2500 BCE – 250 CE) in the Americas was a time that featured widespread establishment of agriculture and large regional...
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During the early postwar period, the US government increased its efforts to facilitate schooling for Diné youth to abate an economic disaster, as...
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Colorado’s San Luis Valley has a rich cultural history from the Clovis period all the way up to the modern era. Few archaeological sites in the...
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Because of the 1851 yellow fever epidemic, the Hia Ced O'odham were compelled to seek safety among their Tohono O'odham relatives. Ever since, the...
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Join us for a special two-part mini-series featuring author Craig Childs and Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. While trekking through beautiful...
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This presentation examines sociologist Solon Kimball’s reports on Navajos in conversation with Milton Snow’s in the aftermath of the livestock...
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In 1896, excavations in Room 28 in Pueblo Bonito made several extraordinary finds: 173 whole ceramic vessels, including 112 Chacoan cylinder jars, as...
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