JULY 2021 VIRTUAL LEAD-UP EVENT
Senses of Place Online Discussions Presented by School for Advanced Research (SAR)
Virtual Event Description
The School for Advanced Research is pleased to present, Senses of Place, a summer series of online discussions exploring the cultural significance of place. Each event offers new insights on the connections between diverse cultures, and illustrates how place impacts the spaces created by cultures living in unique environments and historical circumstances. Register here to view the recordings of the full series, which was created in partnership with Thornburg Foundation and Terra2022.
This summer series is generously supported by the Ethel-Jane Westfeldt Bunting Foundation.
The Terra 2022 year-long virtual lead-up event series, running from June 2021 to June 2022, presents the richness and diversity of earthen architectural heritage around the world, the individuals and organizations working in the sector, and the communities who care for this heritage and its traditions.
Click here for more information on the Terra 2022 Virtual Lead-Up Events Series.
Click here for more information on Terra 2022 World Congress on Earthen Architectural Heritage.
Thursday, June 3
SAR Press Book Talk: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Senses of Place
Speakers: Steven Feld (distinguished professor of anthropology emeritus, University of New Mexico), Amahl Bishara (associate professor of anthropology, Tufts University), and Kristina Lyons (assistant professor of anthropology, University of Pennsylvania)
Thursday, June 17
Places: Aesthetics and Meaning of Special Settings in the Andean Past and Present
Speakers: Tom D. Dillehay (SAR Senior Scholar and Vanderbilt University), Christine Hastorf (University of California, Berkeley), and Carla Hernandez Garavito (Wake Forest University, Indiana)
Wednesday, June 30
Chaco: Crafted Space, Remembered Place
Speakers: Catherine Cameron (University of Colorado), Steve Lekson (University of Colorado), Philip Tuwaleststiwa (Hopi Tribe), and Ruth Van Dyke (Binghamton University)
Thursday, July 8
Showing our Strength: Resilience and Compassion in the Indigenous Southwest
Speakers: JoAnn Melchor, moderator (Native American Relief/ Recovery Fund and New Mexico Foundation), Brian Vallo (Governor, Acoma Pueblo), Karl Duncan (Director of the Poeh Cultural Center, Pueblo of Pojoaque), Joannie Romero, (Executive Director, Laguna Community Foundation and Native American Relief Fund Advisory committee member), and Dr. Amanda Montoya (Executive Director, Chamisa Foundation and Native American Relief Fund Advisory committee member)
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