Mesa Verde: Current Questions and Debates in the Discipline of Southwest Archaeology
Recorded February 13, 2020
University of Colorado, Boulder
Join our panel of speakers to explore the ongoing questions and debates about Mesa Verde in the field of Southwest Archaeology. What is the significance of Mesa Verde to descendant communities? What role does Mesa Verde continue to play in our shared history? How does archaeology in and about the Mesa Verde region represent the latest developments in the methods, ethics, and theories in archaeology more broadly?
Presented by the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and Mesa Verde National Park.
This program is part of a multi-year collaboration between Mesa Verde National Park, 26 associated Native American tribes, and the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History to redesign the exhibits in the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum.