Arizona-Sonora Borderlands, Palimpsest of Cultures
The Arizona-Sonora Borderlands is a palimpsest of continuous human habitation dating back to at least 1200 BCE. It is a landscape whose settlements preface the famous Hohokam farmers of southern and central Arizona and their Native descendants, Spanish colonialism, Anglo settler-colonists, and 20th-century Sunbelt City booms and busts. For this NEH-sponsored summer 2022 Landmarks program, we approach the rich history of human occupation in the Arizona-Sonora borderlands as a laboratory for investigating present-day issues facing the Humanities.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Jeffrey Banister; Jennifer Jenkins; Michael Brescia; Robin Reineke; Paul Fish; Susan Fish; Daniel Duncan; Stacie Widdifield; Kimi Eisele; David Yetman; Alexandra Vázquez; Carlos Quintero; Jesús García; Dwayne Manuel; David Seibert; Bernard Siquieros; Mary Page Taylor
Funded through the Division of Education Programs