"We need to become better stewards of our own technological future... because technology itself is not going to make us better human beings. That's something that only we can do as individuals and as society." --Nicholas Carr / Get your tickets today for SAR's May 23rd annual president's lecture with New York Times best-selling author, Nicholas Carr.⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARlectureseries #SARevents #SARpresents #advancedresearch #anthropology #archaeology #humansciences #scholars #scholarship #research #socialsciences
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Ready for the second installment of this year’s Indian Arts Research Center Speaker Series? While we eagerly await tonight’s event, we’ll be watching this video of last week’s talk, which is already up on SAR’s Youtube channel. If you missed last week’s exciting conversation between Nanibaa Beck and Jared Tso, or you just enjoyed it so much that you want to see it again, click on the link to watch the video! We look forward to seeing you all tonight for our chat with power couple, Ginger Awapuhi Dunnill and Cannupahanska Luger! ⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARevents #SARpresents #IARCspeakerseriers #IARCsf #nativeartists #nativeamericanart #artists #creativity #southweststudies
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Did you miss our Creative Thought Forum event last month with Elizabeth Hoover? Check out our YouTube channel to see her full talk!⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARlectureseries #SARevents #SARpresents #advancedresearch #scholars #scholarship #research #southweststudies #indigenousseeds
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We are so excited for the Indian Arts Research Center Speaker Series beginning tonight! Launching with "Creating New Futures from the Past," metalsmith Nanibaa Beck and potter Jared Tso are exploring tradition, innovation, and the in between with Professor David Martinez. Up next, for our second talk on Wednesday April 9th, Senior Editor of New Mexico Magazine, Alicia Inez Guzmán, will chat with multimedia artists Cannupahanska Luger and Ginger Awapuhi Dunnill. Join them as they talk about the power of two and what it means to be parents running a website for decolonized learning. This discussion is open to the public and will be held in SAR’s Dobkin Boardroom from 6:00-7:30 PM. Advance registration is strongly encouraged. #SARsf #SARevents #SARpresents #IARCspeakerseries #IARCsf #nativeartists #nativeamericanart #artists #creativity #southweststudies #scholarship
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Join us on Facebook LIVE at 10:15 today. We're talking Native American farming and food practices, climate change, seed saving and more! Share your questions in the comments field during the event and participate in the conversation. See you soon.⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARlectureseries #SARevents #SARpresents #advancedresearch #anthropology #archaeology #humansciences #scholars #scholarship #research #socialsciences #southweststudies
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Seats are still available for this Thursday's event with anthropologist Elizabeth Hoover. Register today! sarweb.org⠀ ⠀ We're talking climate change, farming, food practices, seed saving, innovative culinary approaches and the role of Native American cultural heritage in the future of global food sovereignty. Register today and then join us back on Facebook on Friday for a Facebook Live conversation with Hoover and Traditional Native American Farmers Association founder, Clayton Brascoupe. ⠀ ⠀ Image: Elizabeth Hoover. Photo by Adam Sings In The Timber⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARlectureseries #SARevents #SARpresents #advancedresearch #anthropology #archaeology #humansciences #scholars #scholarship #research #socialsciences
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Join us on Friday March 22 for a Facebook Live video stream with anthropologist Elizabeth Hoover, SAR president Michael F. Brown, and Traditional Native American Farmers Association founder, Clayton Brascoupe.⠀ ⠀ We'll take questions in the comments field of the feed during the event! Join us around 10:15 am for the conversation.⠀ ⠀ What is seed sovereignty, and how is global climate change influencing farming and food practices in Native American communities? Anthropologist Elizabeth Hoover (Mohawk/Mi’kmaq) has spent the last decade exploring these questions and more. After visiting thirty-nine Native American food and farming heritage projects—including several in New Mexico—and conducting formal and informal interviews with chefs, farm owners, growers, and community members, Hoover has developed a project that will serve as one of the first comprehensive multi-site ethnographies of the Native American food sovereignty movement.⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARlectureseries #SARevents #SARpresents #advancedresearch #anthropology #archaeology #humansciences #scholars #scholarship #research #socialsciences #southweststudies
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Pasatiempo has a great profile on SAR's Katrin H. Lamon Resident Scholar, David Treuer. Learn more about his New York Times best-selling book "Heartbeat of Wounded Knee" at our book talk with the author next week (March 14). Hop online to register today, there are only a few seat left.⠀ ⠀ #SARsf #SARevents #SARpresents
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