Talk – 'Contributions to Knowledge: Homol'ovi Research Collections'
Since 1984, Arizona State Museum has supported archaeological research at the fourteenth-century ancestral Hopi villages of Homol'ovi. Researchers have published many books and monographs and dozens of articles contributing invaluable new knowledge to our understanding of the occupants of the area. Program Director Dr. E. Charles Adams will address these contributions in this informal, moderated, object-based discussion. Reception follows program.
The Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) is one building east of the Arizona State Museum. This is a presentation of the Norton Allen Encounters with Arizona State Museum Collections series, made possible by support from the Smith Living Trust. The series focuses attention on Arizona State Museum's archaeological collections and highlights the contributions of professional experts to the anthropology and history of the U.S. Southwest and northern Mexico.