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Nominations Sought for $10,000 J. I. Staley Prize

The School for Advanced Research is now accepting nominations for the $10,000 J.I. Staley Prize.

The Staley prize recognizes innovative books in anthropology that add new dimensions to our understanding of the human species.

Past awardees include Paul Farmer, William Hanks, Margaret Lock, and Rayna Rapp

Deadline for the 2016 Staley Prize Nominations is October 1, 2015

For additional information, including eligibility criteria and instructions for nominating a book, please visit staley.sarweb.org

ANN: Launching of Research Network "Histories of/Historias de USA-MEX"

Dear H-New Mexicans,

This announcement may be of interest to some of you.

Carter Jones Meyer

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ANN: Launching of Research Network "Histories of/Historias de USA-MEX"

 

Newest Issue of New Mexico Historical Review

New Mexico Historical Review

Table of Contents for 90.3

 

Southwest Talks: The New Mexico Historical Review Interview Series

Jennifer Nez Denetdale

 

Courageous Motorists: African American Pioneers on Route 66

Frank Norris

 

Defrocked and Expelled: The Methodist Trial of James J. Stewart

A. W. Martin Jr.

 

Everybody's Neighbor: Vivian Vance in New Mexico

Historias Pequeñas Series

Poetry Reading by Max Early, Laguna Pueblo Potter and Poet

2015 Lannan Indigenous Writer-in-Residence Fellow,

Max Early

Artist Talk, Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 107 West Barcelona Road, Santa Fe.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015, 5:30–7:00 pm, Free and open to the public

“I write poetry to preserve thoughts and prayers that seem to be gradually going away. I write to share what knowledge I possess to remember the morals and tales of our people.”

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