“Transformative Events and Processes in New Mexico’s Colonial History”

SMU in Taos & UNM Taos – Fall Lecture Series – “Transformative Events and Processes in New Mexico’s Colonial History”

Where: Harwood Museum, 238 Ledoux Street, Taos NM 87571
When: All lectures take place from 6-8pm
More info: 575-737-3767

Flyer available Fall-Lecture-Series-Rev-2016.

September 8: Archaeology of the 1860 Pueblo Revolt

Recent archaeological research casts new light on the aftermath and changes wrought by this transformative event. With archaeologists Matthew Liebmann (Harvard University) and Michael Wilcox (Stanford University).

September  22: Frontera! Revolt and Rebellion on the Rio Grande

Filmmaker Juan Jota Leaños (UC Santa Cruz), anthropologist Aimee Villarreal (Our Lady of the Lakes University), and Lee Moquino (Santa Clara Pueblo) will screen and discuss an animated film about the Pueblo Revolt.

October 6: Comanches and Genizaros in Taos

Archaeologist Lindsay Montgomery (UArizona), folklorist Enrique Lamadrid (UNM) on the historical and cultural impact of Comanches in Taos, and anthropologist Gregorio Gonzales (UTAustin) on Genízaro identity.

October 20: The Colonial Indo-Hispano Landscape

Archaeologist Jun Sunseri (UCBerkeley) and community collaborators Dr. Charlie Carrillo, Isabel Trujillo, and Virgil Trujillo discuss the colonial Indo-Hispano landscape of Abiquiu.

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