Published: Feb. 20, 2019

Since 2014, CU and the Pueblo of Pojoaque have been partnering to expand knowledge of ancestral archaeological sites on and adjacent to Pojoaque tribal land. In this talk, I explain why the concept of partnership better-captures the approach we are taking than the related concepts of indigenous and collaborative archaeology. I also describe how we have implemented this approach in our investigation of Cuyamungue, an ancestral Pojoaque (and Tesuque) site and provide a few examples of ways traditional knowledge and archaeology have influenced each other through our work.

Please join us for out lunch time talk schedules March 8th, 2019 at the CNAIS cottage,