The School for Advanced Research is pleased to announce that the 2021 J. I. Staley Prize will go to Laurence Ralph, professor of anthropology at Princeton University and director of the Center on Transnational Policing, for his 2014 book, Renegade Dreams: Living through Injury in Gangland Chicago (University of Chicago Press).
The School for Advanced Research (SAR) is pleased to announce our new initiative, SAR Learns! Out of a desire to support intergenerational learning and creativity during the pandemic, SAR Learns! will assist with knowledge transmission specifically within the context of the ongoing pandemic. The program will distribute $50,000, utilizing re-directed grant funds, that will enable sixteen artists to launch or complete a variety of proposed projects.
Every year SAR publishes its Annual Report, which describes accomplishments and acknowledges supporters over the previous fiscal year. Our 2019–2020 report is no different, and yet so much has changed, as President Michael F. Brown explains.
The School for Advanced Research (SAR) is pleased to present a virtual program welcoming U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. Reflecting on the upcoming program with SAR, Harjo shares, “The StoryMap project was a way to widen the doorway that my poet laureateship created when I became the first Native U.S. Poet Laureate. It was important to show that there are many Native poets writing poetry alongside each other, and that we speak from a sense of place in which there are no political boundaries imposed by non-Native cultures and political entities.”
Community lives not only in people, but in places. Places like El Delirio, originally home to Amelia Elizabeth and Martha Root White and now the home of the School for Advanced Research. Thanks to the vision of so many people—beginning with the White sisters and...
To celebrate the publication of SAR Press’s most recent Advanced Seminar volume, Archaeologies of Empire (2020), we have brought together editors of this book and our previously published Imperial Formations (2007) to discuss new insights and intersections in their work.
The School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is pleased to welcome five new members to the board of directors: Helen Brooks, Elizabeth Glassman, June Lorenzo, Rick Vaughan, and Scott Waugh.
President’s Circle Virtual Happy Hour “Museums are Changing: Collaborative Museum Work with Native American Art and Archaeology” with Joseph “Woody” Aguilar As members of the President’s Circle, Founders’ Society, and Legacy Circle, you are cordially[...]
SAR Artists Live with 2021 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native artist fellow, Lehuauakea, will take place on Wednesday May 12th at 4pm (MDT). Kanaka Maoli artist, Lehuauakea, is a traditional kapa (bark cloth) maker. Their[...]
REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE SAR’s 2020-2021 Anne Ray interns share an online presentation on their research and reflect on their time at SAR. Shándíín Brown “Evolution in Indian Country: The Impact of[...]
REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE Neebinnaukzhik Southall (Chippewas of Rama First Nation) is a Santa Fe based graphic designer and illustrator. While at SAR, Southall has been researching the IARC’s collection and working on developing[...]
Virtual Happy Hour presented by SAR and the Santa Fe Symphony “Tate Meets Mozart” with Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate and Daniel Crupi As members of SAR’s President’s Circle, Founders’ Society, and Legacy Circle, along with[...]