News for Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Santa Fe History Events Free at SfAA Conference

SAR will play a key role in the 77th annual conference of the Society for Applied Anthropology, which meets in Santa Fe from March 28-April 1.

Society for Applied AnthropologyThe conference begins on Tuesday, March 28, with Santa Fe/New Mexico Day. These events, which are free to the public, include Southwestern-focused sessions on climate change, public health, farming, culinary traditions, and water issues. The day concludes with a screening of Neither Wolf Nor Dog, a newly released feature-length film in which a Lakota elder and his companion take a white author into the heart of contemporary Lakota Country. Click here for a program of the day's events. (PDF, 3 MB)

During the conference, members of the SAR community who will participate in sessions are Michael Brown (president and campus scholar), Jaime Gaskin (grants manager), Alison Heller (resident scholar), Nancy Owen Lewis (scholar in residence), Elizabeth Roghair (board member), David Stuart (senior scholar), and Brian Vallo (director of IARC).

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