Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho is the New George Stuart Residential Scholar

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Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside

The Boundary End Archaeology Research Center is delighted to announce that our 2021 George Stuart Residential Scholar, Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho, will be arriving at our residential library in January. Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside, where she also obtained her MA. Nelda is from Mexico, where she earned her … Read More

Free Virtual Lecture – Trade, Recruitment, and Rebellion: Native Mediation of the Pardo Expedition into the Carolina’s and East Tennessee -1566-1568.

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David Moore assists Warren Wilson College students in archaeology lab.

Our next Virtual Lecture on the Ancient Americas will occur on January 13, 2021 at 6pm EST, and feature Dr. David Moore (Warren Wilson College)  Here’s the YouTube live stream link  How did Native peoples receive and interact with Spanish colonizers in the mid-16th century? Contrary to popular narratives, Native peoples were not passive victims of Spanish colonization. Instead, Native … Read More