Dennis Tedlock

2004, October 28–29
Short SeminarWriting Culture Planning SeminarWhat is the current state of anthropological writing? How can it be improved, and what can be done to make it accessible to a broader audience? Nine anthropologists, two editors, and a fiction writer sought answers to these questions at the “Writing Culture Planning Seminar” held on October 28 and 29, 2004.
2001–2002
National Endowment for the Humanities Resident ScholarThe Human Work, the Human Design: 2000 Years of Mayan Writing
1972
New Perspectives on the PueblosSAR Press PublicationNew Perspectives on the Pueblos

This volume, the result of an advanced seminar at the School of American Research, takes a fresh look at Pueblo Indian culture, with chapters on everything from language to religion, prehistory, ecology, and from literature to music.



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