From Mesa Verde to Santa Fe: Continuity and Change in the Pueblo World

Location

Cortez, CO

Deadline

Dates

June 30, 2019 - July 20, 2019 (3 weeks)

Type

Summer Program

Summer Program Type

Summer Program Audience

Contact

From Mesa Verde to Santa Fe: Continuity and Change in the Pueblo World examines continuity and change over 1,000 years of Pueblo Indian history from the perspectives of two cultures (Euroamerican and Pueblo) and three academic disciplines (archaeology, ethnohistory, and oral history). The program begins in the late 13th century A.D., with the depopulation of the Mesa Verde region, the ancestral homeland of many present-day Pueblo peoples whose communities are now located in New Mexico and Arizona. Summer Scholars will spend time at Mesa Verde National Park and in historic Pueblo and Spanish colonial communities in northern New Mexico.

Project Director(s)

Sharon Milholland; Kathleen Stemmler

Visiting Faculty

Shirley Powell; Susan Ryan; Kari Schleher; Dan Simplicio; Mark Varien; Kyle Bocinsky; Tessie Naranjo; Theresa Pasqual; Robert Preucel; Joseph Suina; Porter Swetzell

Grantee Institution

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center