Dr. Michelle I. Turner
I recently gave a webinar on my work at Aztec North. Thank you to Crow Canyon and the Four Corners Lecture Series for inviting me to speak, and here is the link.
Becoming Chacoan: The Archaeology of the Aztec North Great House
My MA thesis:
Ceramics of Aztec North and the Terrace Community, Aztec Ruins National Monument
The Innocent Buyer of Art Looted During World War II.
Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law
My book review of Color in the Ancestral Pueblo Southwest
Essays and Blog Posts:
Shantok Pottery and Epidemic Disease in New England
a blog post I wrote in relation to the Covid pandemic.
Notes from a Field Season
at Aztec North, a blog post I wrote for Archaeology Southwest about our project.
Excavating at the Aztec North Great House
, Aztec Ruins National Monument. Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Glyphs Newsletter, March 2017.
Checks and Balances: The Legal Future for Archaeology and Archaeologists
a blog post I wrote for the MAPA public archaeology blog after the 2016 election.
When Archaeologists Teach the Law
, a MAPA blog post on archaeologists educating people about the law, including the discovery doctrine.
NAGPRA After Kennewick Man
, a MAPA blog post published the week that Congress voted to send Kennewick Man home, and discussing recent high-profile NAGPRA violations.
“So, you dug it up and then you just reburied it?”
, a MAPA blog post about the questions I sometimes get about our excavation project, and how they relate to public archaeology.
Archaeology Podcast Network
episode about the fieldwork at Aztec North great house (5 minutes)
Some of my favorite places:
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
Follow me on Academia.edu
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