MESA TALKS Hunting which has always played a pivotal role in Native American subsistence and culture. While much is made of the megafauna hunters of the Paleoindian Period.
Later agriculturalists created their own specialized hunting practices.
This presentation explores the archaeology and history of hunting in New Mexico from the arrival of hunters and
gatherers to the twenty-first century.
Matthew J. Barbour holds BA (2002) and MA (2010) degrees in Anthropology from the University of New Mexico and has worked for the New Mexico Department of CulturalAffairs since 2002.
Currently, Mr. Barbour is the Regional Manager of Coronado andJemez Historic Sites.
Throughout his eighteen year career, he has published over 200 nonfiction articles and monographs. In 2012, and again in 2014, Mr. Barbour was awarded the City of Santa Fe Heritage Preservation Award for Excellence in Archaeology. In 2018, under Mr. Barbour’s management, Coronado Historic Site
Barbour received an Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History.
Then in 2019, Jemez Historic Site received the Archaeology Heritage Preservation from New Mexico Historic Preservation Division Mesa Talks is brought to you in partnership by Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project and Historic Los Luceros Site.
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
6 PM – 8 PM
MORE INFORMATION AT: http://mesaprietapetroglyphs.org/