November 10, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. MST
From our house to yours…The 14th season of Archaeology Café celebrates and shares Archaeology Southwest’s current Preservation Archaeology projects with you. Our staff members will bring you in on what we’re doing right now to learn more about the past and help protect special places.
Join us on November 10, 2020, when Preservation Archaeology Postdoc Christopher Caseldine will discuss “The Flow of Water and Time: Irrigation Longevity and Social Change among the Lower Salt River Hohokam.” Chris will share findings and insights from his recent dissertation research on these ancient irrigation systems.
Learn more about Chris Caseldine.
Space is limited, so register for free today at the link below to participate, and join in at 6:00 p.m. MST on October 6, 2020, through Zoom* on your preferred device. Preregistration is required before the event.
*After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Even though you'll be able to see and hear us during this live online event, we won't be able to see or hear you—no need to change out of pajamas or hush a barking dog, come as you are!
Load up a plate, grab a drink, and tune in!
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WHEN & WHERE
Register here ahead of time, and meet us virtually through your preferred device using Zoom. Cameras and microphones aren't necessary.
During the presentation, you can use the question-and-answer tool within Zoom Webinar to ask questions as they come to mind. We will be monitoring the question-and-answer feed during the program, and we’ll tag questions for the presenter to address in the Q & A portion.
CAN'T JOIN US LIVE?
No problem! About a week after each café, we’ll post videos of each presentation to the video archive on our website and to our YouTube channel. We’ll share links on our Facebook and Twitter and in our Southwest Archaeology Today and This Month at Archaeology Southwest email newsletters.
ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY CAFÉ
Presented by Archaeology Southwest, a nonprofit organization working across the Southwest to explore and protect the places of our past, Archaeology Café is an informal forum where knowledge seekers can learn more about the Southwest’s deep history and speak directly to experts. View the current Archaeology Café season here.
This program was made possible by The Smith Living Trust.
Image: Visualization by Robert B. Ciaccio