Tag: Anne Ray interns

Guidelines for Collaboration: Museums and Communities Seeking Equitable Change

Sarah Soliz , February 11th, 2022


Dolores Lewis Garcia and Claudia Mitchell during a collections review at the Indian Arts Research Center.   Guest post by Emily Santha…


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The Clay Always Has Something to Say: 2021 Native Artist Fellow Brandon Adriano Ortiz-Concha

Sarah Soliz , December 9th, 2021


Guest post by Emily Santhanam, 2020–2021 SAR Anne Ray Intern   Walking toward the crowd, I felt a burn of energy in the air. People w…


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Scholar, Mentor, Trailblazer: Linda Cordell’s Influence on Contemporary Archaeology

Sarah Soliz , October 19th, 2021


Guest post by Emily Santhanam, SAR Anne Ray Intern 2020–2021   Women in archaeology have come a long way. They now comprise half of al…


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IARC Collections Highlight: Diné History and Adaptation

Sarah Soliz , September 27th, 2021


Guest post by Sháńdíín Brown, 2020–2021 Anne Ray intern   The Diné are resilient people and know how to adapt to hardship. Before Euro…


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Bolo Tie Highlights: An IARC Collection Reflection

Sarah Soliz , August 18th, 2021


Duane Maktima. Bolo tie + buckle, 1974, detail. Silver, turquoise, gold-lip mother-of-pearl, ironwood, coral, leather. SAR.1989-7-177AB. Ph…


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Kapa-Making as a Way of Being: A Conversation with Lehuauakea

Sarah Soliz , August 3rd, 2021


Mele O Nā Kaukani Wai (Song of a Thousand Waters), handmade plant dyes, earth pigments, and printed ‘ohe kāpala (bamboo stamps) on hand-sti…


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Locating Our Hope: Resilience and Compassion in the Indigenous Southwest

Sarah Soliz , July 28th, 2021


Fight the Virus Campaign, Poeh Cultural Center, Pueblo of Pojoaque.   Guest post by Emily Santhanam, SAR Anne Ray intern 2020–2021 &n…


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2021 J. I. Staley Prize Awarded to Laurence Ralph for Renegade Dreams, Living Through Injury in Gangland Chicago

Meredith Davidson , April 21st, 2021


2021 J. I. Staley Prize Awarded to Laurence Ralph for Renegade Dreams, Living Through Injury in Gangland Chicago …


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The Pandemic Shift: The School for Advanced Research Annual Report

Sarah Soliz , April 1st, 2021


Historian C. J. Alvarez came to SAR to work on a project exploring the US-Mexico border as a bioregion and to challenge, through his writin…


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A Healed Greenwood: Lessons in Restorative Justice Archaeology from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Meredith Davidson , January 8th, 2021


Guest post by Emily Santhanam, SAR Anne Ray Intern 2020-2021 We began the class …


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Looking Forward, Looking Back

Meredith Davidson , January 1st, 2021


Looking Forward, Looking Back …


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Venancio Aragon: Weaving the Colors of the World

Sarah Soliz , December 10th, 2020


Guest post by Sháńdíín Brown, SAR Anne Ray intern, 2020–2021 Venancio Aragon is …


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In the Vault: Miniature Basket Illustrates the Big Impact of Tiny Things

Sarah Soliz , June 26th, 2020


Carol Emarthle-Douglas (Northern Arapaho/Seminole), Round Dance, 2016, rattan round reed, raffia, dyes, silk, and glass, SAR.2017-6-1AB. Ph…


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