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What if we challenge familiar narratives of discontinuity, disease-based demographic collapse and acculturation to upend the deeply held assumptions about native peoples in North America? What if we try to explain their presence in contemporary society five hundred years after Columbus instead of their disappearance or marginalization? This talk looks at the 1680 Pueblo Revolt, the most successful indigenous rebellion in the Americas, as a case study for dismantling the mythology of the perpetually vanishing Indian and employs archaeology as a way to challenge these traditional historical accounts
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Laura Jones; Director, Heritage Services and Special Projects, University Archaeologist
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"The Campus as Cultural Landscape: Archaeology and the Formation of Collegiate Identity"