"Mesa Verde Stories: Arts & Archaeology - A Presentation and Exhibition" | Philosophy & Religion
March 29, 2012

"Mesa Verde Stories: Arts & Archaeology - A Presentation and Exhibition"

http://research.unt.edu/announcements/mesa-verde-stories%E2%80%94arts-and-archaeology-presentation-panel-and-exhibition
Thursday, March 29; Environmental Science Building, UNT
ENV Lecture Hall 125
7:00-7:10: Steve Wolverton, Introduction to Project
7:10-7:20: Robert Figueroa, Environmental Justice & the Mesa Verde Story
7:20-7:40: Porter Swentzell, Santa Clara Pueblo

ENV 160: Elm Fork Exhibit Hall,
7:40-8:30 PM: Melinda Levin, Steve Bardolph, and David Taylor are there to informally talk with guests while they walk through the exhibit.

Friday, March 30, Environmental Science Building 110, UNT,
Mesa Verde Stories: A Transdiciplinary Panel Discussion
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM

Britt Holbrook, Assistant Director, Center for the Study of Interdisciplinarity will moderate a panel on the transdiciplinary effort in the Mesa Verde Stories project.

Panel Participants:
Steve Bardolph, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Art & Design
Robert M. Figueroa, Associate Professor, University of North Texas, Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies
Melinda Levin, Associate Professor, University of North Texas, Department of Radio, Television and Film
David Taylor, Lecturer, University of North Texas, Department of English
Porter Swentzell, Consultant, Santa Clara Pueblo
Steve Wolverton, Associate Professor, University of North Texas, Department of Geography

Sponsors: The majority of this project has been funded by the Center for the Study of Interdisciplinarity. Additional sponsors include: Elm Fork Education Center, the Department of Geography, the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, the Department and Radio, Television and Film, the Department of English, and the University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Art & Design and Visualization & Digital Imaging Lab.