NEXT MEETING: Wednesday, October 20, 2021, online via Zoom: Our Featured Speaker will be our own Thatcher Rogers, research associate at the Jornada Research Institute, discussing his investigations into late prehispanic dynamics in the Northern Jornada Mogollon (Lincoln) area, with special emphasis on the excavations at Robinson Pueblo village. Details forthcoming about this enticing subject. As usual, hop online about 6:45 PM to get settled, and Thatcher will begin his talk at 7PM sharp.

NEXT FIELD TRIP = TBA - watch this space for details as they develop.

Online Via Zoom: Our October 21, 2020 Featured Speaker, John Stocke
Happy Halloween to All

Archaeological Lectures Online

Opportunities abound for the avocational archaeologist to keep abreast of the latest discoveries and research without sacrificing safety during these pandemic times. Following are links to YouTube video presentations and more, all of which can be enjoyed at the viewer's convenience:

American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA): Upcoming & recent past lectures are here. The show list of past presentations on ARARA's YouTube channel is here.

Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona: Their YouTube channel listing their past presentations is here, and their online exhibits, learning resources, and other online classes and tours are featured here. Check out one of their core exhibits, The Pottery Project.

Utah Rock Art Research Association (URARA): recently presented a four-part series of presentations on Utah rock art. The fourth and final session, focusing on Utah’s Historic period Ute, Paiute, and Navajo styles, as well as Shoshone rock art, is here.

Please let us know what you think - and share with us links to other online sources you've visited!

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