"Thoughts on Cultural Survival of the Yaqui" by Dr. Jane H. Kelley, University of Calgary
12:30 Wednesday, October 9, in Harvill 332A.
Acclaimed archeologist and ethnographer Kelley will offer a retrospective reflection on her longstanding collaborations with the Yaqui. Her significant publications in this area include: Yaqui Women: Contemporary Life Histories; A Yaqui Life: The Personal Chronicle of a Yaqui Indian and “‘Law-Talk,’ Mobilization Procedures, and Dispute Management in Yaqui Society,” Kiva 54 (1989).
Celebrating Jane H. Kelley and Her Work, ed. Meade Kemrer, showcases her breadth and influence in Central American, Southwestern, and Great Plains anthropology during her academic career. Honored as the recipient of the 2013 Byron Cummings Award for outstanding research and contributions to knowledge in Southwestern archaeology, anthropology, ethnology or history, she will receive the award from the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society on Wednesday, October 9.
Sponsored by the Department of History, the School of Anthropology, the James E. Rogers School of Law, Arizona State Museum, and American Indian Studies. For more information please contact Prof. Katherine Morrissey, firstname.lastname@example.org.