kicks off anniversary celebration with JAR lecture
specialist on the history of anthropology in the U.S. Southwest,
Don D. Fowler, Mamie Kleberg professor of anthropology and historic
preservation at the University of Nevada, Reno, will deliver
the XVI Journal of Anthropological Research (JAR) Distinguished
Lecture on Thursday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the Anthropology
Lecture Hall, rm. 163.
illustrated lecture kicks off the celebration of the 75th anniversary
of the UNM Department of Anthropology.
will present, “Fields of Research Peculiarly Adapted to the
Environment of the University: J.F. Zimmerman, E.L. Hewett,
and the Beginnings of Anthropology at UNM.”
his current archival research, Fowler's lecture will explore
the personalities and interactions of former UNM President James
Zimmerman and Edgar Lee Hewett during the era of anthropological
and archaeological “wheeling-and-dealing,” the late 1920s.
Fowler will present an informal seminar on “What Goes Around
(sometimes) Comes Around: Fads and Fashions in the Archaeology
of the Greater Southwest” on Friday, March 14, at noon in Anthropology,
an international bulletin published quarterly by UNM since 1945.
call 277-4544 or visit www.unm.edu/~jar.