Lecture and Book Signing for “A History of the Ancient Southwest”

Stephen H. Lekson

Book Event, New Mexico History Museum Auditorium

Sunday, July 19, 2009, 2:00–4:00 pm

Poshu’ouinge, a large village in the Chama River ValleyPoshu’ouinge, a large village in the Chama River ValleyArtist’s reconstruction by Mary Beath. Copyright Mary Beath. From “A History of the Ancient Southwest”; Figure 7.5.

Please join us for a lecture and book signing at the New Mexico History Museum Auditorium (use Lincoln Avenue entrance) with Stephen H. Lekson, author of the new book, A History of the Ancient Southwest.

“Stephen Lekson has written among the most provocative and forward-looking books in archaeology today…. If you’ve never read a Lekson book, start here. You’ll find an archaeology that doesn’t take itself too seriously, written with literary flair, wit, and a dash of sarcasm as only Lekson can.”
—Timothy Pauketat, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana

Read The New York Times story featuring Steve Lekson:
Scientist Tries to Connect Migration Dots of Ancient Southwest.”

Presented by the Spiegelberg Shop at the New Mexico History Museum.

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