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Pueblo Lifeways, Traditions and Indigenous Technology

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The people of the American Southwest have a rich cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years. This presentation will focus on the Pueblo People, and more specifically, the Jemez People. We'll begin with an orientation on Pueblo languages and cultures, before delving into his own experiences as a Jemez Pueblo Tribal Member. Artifacts and replicas will be utilized to discuss their usage and meaning in Pueblo Culture, while also explaining the reason why some Pueblo People do not indulge in the sharing of cultural knowledge with “outsiders.” The Pueblo People employed very complex systems of ideas and practices that permitted them to survive in the xeric landscape of the American Southwest. These technological advances allowed them to create an assortment of ingenious things: turkey feather blankets, bone flutes, turquoise jewelry, pump drills. This presentation examines Pueblo material culture through the utilization of replicas derived from the archaeological record and technology known to still be used.

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Fri

Location
CE South Building

Instructor
Various Instructors 

 

Notice

Please read:  UNM Tuition Remission eligible, under Personal Enrichment

Tuition: 

$20.00


Registration Closes On
Friday, September 14, 2018 @ 11:59 PM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
9/14/2018 - 9/14/2018 Weekly - Fri 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Albuquerque, CE South Building  Map, Room: 107 Various Instructors