One Revolt, Two Revolts, Three Revolts, More? Cycles of Religious Evangelism and Popular Response in the Puebloan Southwest

James F. Brooks, President, School for Advanced Research

Colloquium, SAR Boardroom

Wednesday, February 17, 2010, 12:00–1:00 pm

James F. BrooksJames F. BrooksPresident and Chief Executive OfficerJames F. BrooksPresident and Chief Executive OfficerAscending from the Deep RememberingAscending from the Deep RememberingMichael Kabotie (Lomawywesa). Oil on canvas, 1999; SAR.1999-4-1; photograph by Addison Doty.Ascending from the Deep RememberingMichael Kabotie (Lomawywesa). Oil on canvas, 1999; SAR.1999-4-1; photograph by Addison Doty. Using the Great Southwestern Revolt of 1680 as a starting point, SAR president James F. Brooks suggests that some of the struggles within Pueblo communities in the aftermath of the violence may shed light on longer-term patterns of popular response to new religious ideas in the region.
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