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Browse our library of Education Products developed over 40 years of archaeological research projects.

Webinars: Holes in our Moccasins, Holes in our Stories: Apachean Origins and the Promontory Caves
In 1930-31, Julian Steward recovered hundreds of well-worn moccasins in Utah’s Promontory caves—along with mittens, bison robe fragments, bows, arrows,...
Webinars: Bears Ears National Monument: Digital Documentation and Virtual Guided Tours
Bears Ears National Monument is home to rich cultural heritage and is sacred to many Native American communities who continue...
Webinars: Through the Lens of a Navajo Photographer
In this session, we will dive into understanding the ideals and techniques of Priscilla Tacheney - a Navajo photographer that...
Webinars: Altered Landscapes
Michael Namingha’s (Tewa/Hopi) Altered Landscape series are abstract, photography-based works that juxtapose geometric shapes in bright neon colors against black-and-white...
Webinars: Sand, Stone, and Songs: Ancients Lessons from a Living Landscape
Hopi speakers, in the ceremonies and stories of their thriving pueblos in eastern Arizona, refer to the landscape of Canyons...
Webinars: The Central Arizona Project and the Taking of Diné (Navajo) Resources
Colonial difference is a story of national infrastructures. To understand how colonialism works across Indigenous lands, we need to appreciate...
Webinars: The Point Great House: A Ceremonial Center of the Middle San Juan Region in Northwestern New Mexico
The Point Great House sits on an isolated terrace directly above the San Juan River and at the base of...
Site Reports: Thirteenth Century Pueblo Aggregation and Organizational Change in Southwestern Colorado
The Green Lizard site (5MT 3901) is a small domestic habitation representing the dispersed community of small Pueblo III habitations...
Webinars: The Memory of Water: Elements and Ancestry in Bears Ears – Part 2
Join us for a special two-part mini-series featuring author Craig Childs and Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. While trekking through beautiful...
Webinars: The Sacredness of Practicing Ancestral Pueblo Agriculture and Adapting to Modern Changes
What does it mean to be an Indigenous female farmer in this day and age? Individual interpretation and experience varies...
Webinars: Diné/Navajo Resistance to US Indian Commissioner John Collier’s Livestock Reduction Program, 1937-1959
This presentation examines sociologist Solon Kimball’s reports on Navajos in conversation with Milton Snow’s in the aftermath of the livestock...
Webinars: Loren Aragon – Fashion Designer & Multimedia Artist
Loren Aragon is a Native American fashion designer and multimedia artist from the Acoma Pueblo of New Mexico. Aragon was...

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