Upcoming Zoom Presentations by Margaret Berrier

Jornada Mogollon Conference (acceptance pending). Zoom presentation October 16, 2021 Cañada Alamosa Rock Art Summary, Socorro County, New Mexico   Abstract: Before documentation it was assumed that most of the rock art in the Canada Alamosa would be Apache/protohistoric but during on site documentation the team realized there was a Mogollon Red component. Furthermore, after […]

JRI Accepting Article Submissions

The Jornada Research Institute is now accepting article submissions for an anticipated volume of its Jornada Research Publications series. Topics can range from archaeology, ethnohistory, ethnography, history, geology, geoarchaeology, and biology within the broad region of the Tularosa Basin and adjacent areas of Arizona, New Mexico, west Texas and northern Mexico. We anticipate that this volume […]

Margaret Berrier Elected to ARARA Board

Margaret (Marglyph) Berrier, one of the Jornada Research Institute’s rock art researchers has been elected to the American Rock Art Research Associations (ARARA) board of directors. Marglyph has been a member of ARARA since 1988. Previously Marglyph has served on many of the ARARA committees including the education, scholarship, and awards committees. She hopes to […]

JRI to Expand its Training Classes

JRI to Offer More Training Classes. JRI will be now offering two additional training courses that have been approved by the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division for one hour-per hour workshop continuing education credit for permit renewals. Starting this fall, we will be offering a one-day training course in the Native American Graves Protection Repatriation […]

JRI To Launch Zoom Program

I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join Jornada Research Institute. I hope you have been enjoying the periodic updates that I share with our membership and also our Newsletters. We are about to initiate on-line lectures through Zoom. We will be limited to a maxium of 100 participants. Therefore, we […]

“A Call to Archaeologists” Research Project

A post from Joan Price Joan Price, JRI Research Associate I have been looking for an archaeologist who went to the classroom of Elisa Martinez Barton, a native El Pasoan and art teacher now retired from Zach White school district in southwest El Paso. Mrs. Barton recalled an “archaeologist in a uniform around the middle 1990’s” who taught her students […]