Southwestern Research and Education Triangle
A Gathering to Celebrate Achievements of the Clements Center for Southwest Studies, SMU; the School for Advanced Research; and SMU-in-Taos
Event, McCord Auditorium, Dallas Hall, 3225 University, Dallas, TX, Southern Methodist University
Thursday, November 10, 2011, 6:30–8:30 pm, Free
|My Family’s Tennis Shoes|
|Digital Reconstruction of Pot Creek Pueblo|
|Excavations of Pot Creek Pueblo|
|Cyanotype of the SAR Spiral|
In honor of your appreciation for the Great Southwest, we invite you to join us to mark more than five years of exciting research and education among our three premiere centers for Southwestern Studies. Hear from archaeologists, historians, anthropologists, and a prize-winning Native American artist about cooperative relationships from Santa Fe to Taos to Dallas.
- Acequia Culture in Northern New Mexico
- Energy Development in Indian Country
- Captivity and Slavery in the American West
- Looters, Collectors, and the Antiquities Trade
- Native Arts at SAR’s Indian Arts Research Center
- Professor Andrew Graybill, Director, Clements Center for Southwest Studies
- Dr. James F. Brooks, President, SAR
- Dr. Michael Adler, Director, SMU-in-Taos
- Professor Sherry Smith, Clements Center for Southwest Studies
- Professor Sylvia Rodriguez, University of New Mexico
- Professor Brian Frehner, Oklahoma State University
- Dr. Bonnie Martin, Department of History, SMU
- Teri Greeves (Kiowa), Beadworker and Artist Fellow, SAR
Reception begins at 6:30, program in McCord Auditorium, Dallas Hall, 3225 University, Dallas, TX, Southern Methodist University, at 7:00 pm. Dallas Hall is building number 1. Free parking is available in Parking Lot E, directly behind Dallas Hall.
Download and view the SMU Employee Map 2011–2012 (PDF, 1 MB).
RSVP to Ruth Ann Elmore, Clements Center for Southwest Studies, at (214) 768-3684 or email@example.com by November 7th, 2011. Authors will sign books and beadwork will be available for purchase.