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Published on Feb 19, 2020
Archaeologist Ruth Van Dyke presents the 2020 Linda S. Cordell lecture as part of the School for Advanced Research's Creative Thought Forum. Van Dyke shares insights into social, political, and sensorial relationships across the greater Chaco landscape, past and present. She explores how archaeologists can work together with Native peoples to influence the public understanding of contemporary economic/extractive projects, including those in northwest New Mexico.
SAR’s third annual Creative Thought Forum series invites members and the public to explore our understanding of where humanity is going in a new age of technological and cultural shifts under the thematic umbrella of “The Future of Work,” through lectures and conversation-style salons.
The lecture was followed by a YouTube Live conversation with Van Dyke and SAR members the following day. See the full conversation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks1FU... ----------------------
About the School for Advanced Research (SAR): Founded in 1907, the School for Advanced Research (SAR) is one of North America’s preeminent independent institutes for the study of anthropology, related social sciences and humanities. SAR is home to the Indian Arts Research Center, one of the nation’s most important Southwest Native American art research collections. Through prestigious scholar residency and artist fellowship programs, public programs and SAR Press, SAR advances intellectual inquiry in order to better understand humankind in an increasingly global and interconnected world. Additional information on the work of our resident scholars and Native American artists is available on the SAR website: https://sarweb.org/, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/schoolforadv..., and on Twitter: @schadvresearch.