Looking for a Special Holiday, Birthday, or Graduation Gift?
The Department of Anthropology is offering a limited edition print of Fajada
Butte, Chaco Canyon. This is a high-quality poster-size (20 × 30 inches) image
of one of the most beautiful and evocative landscapes in New Mexico. Only
100 of these prints were produced, and each poster was numbered and signed
by the photographer—John Martin “Jack” Campbell. With a donation of $45.00
or more to the John Martin Campbell Undergraduate Research Fund you will
receive one of these posters. This fund provides stipends to UNM undergraduate
students participating in field research and training in all fields of anthropology.
Former Chair of Anthropology and Director of the Maxwell Museum, emeritus
professor Jack Campbell has conducted extensive fieldwork in anthropology and
biology and became interested in photography in 1995. His most recent work,
The Great Houses of Chaco, was released in April 2007 by UNM Press and features
unique pictures of the archaeology and landscapes of Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
Your contributions to the JMC Undergraduate Research Fund can be sent to:
Department of Anthropology
MSC01 1040, 1
University of New Mexico
ABQ, NM 87131-0001
Please make a check payable to the UNM Foundation-Anthropology Campbell UR Fund,
and include your shipping address with your order.
To order The Great Houses of Chaco, contact UNM Press at 505-272-7777
or visit their web site at http://www.unmpress.com/
||To support the Anthropology Newsletter, the department has designed the bag and mug pictured above. The 12 oz mug, in black and red, is very attractive and the shopping bag, made of 100% recyclable materials, is machine washable (do not put in dryer) and has been manufactured to reduce our use of plastic bags from the grocery store. You may receive either item for a donation of the following amount: Mug $15.00, Bag $12.50 (prices include shipping within US)
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