Mesa Verde National Park and Pueblo Indian History
Mesa Verde National Park and Pueblo Indian History is a one-week workshop for 36 K–12 educators focused on the following questions: 1) How do we come to know and appreciate the time depth, people, and activities that comprise the past and shaped our contemporary world? 2) Who creates America’s history and culture? 3) How do Pueblo people balance their cultural identity with ideals of assimilation? This program offers historic and multicultural perspectives using Mesa Verde National Park and the surrounding region—home to humans for over 13,000 years and containing some of the world’s greatest archaeological and cultural data.
Lecturers and Visiting Faculty
Susan Ryan; Kellam Throgmorton; Rebecca (Becky) Hammond; Tyson Hughes; Porter Swentzell; Tessie Naranjo; Josie Chang-Order; Ben Bellorado; Jill Blumenthal