Clouds over the La Plata Mountains, Colorado. Photo by Lynn Baca
Since 2015, MEREA has worked with the following great clients (click on the links for more information):
The Center for American Archeology pursues a mission of education, research, and public service in archeology. Its purpose is to discover and disseminate the unwritten story of earlier Americans’ lifeways, accomplishments, and changing natural environment. The Center fulfills this mission by supporting integrated programs of archeological investigation, educational outreach, and cultural stewardship. CAA is located in Kampsville, Illinois. 618-653-4316, http://www.caa-archeology.org
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, award-winning archaeological research and experiential education center located in southwest Colorado.
1-800-422-8975, www.crowcanyon.org -- Check out this article from the New York Times on the work done at CCAC. chaco-native-american-archaeology.html
School for Advanced Research, internationally renowned center providing programs to encourage advanced scholarship in anthropology and related social science disciplines and the humanities and to facilitate the work of Native American scholars and artists, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 505-954-7200, www.sarweb.org
The Journal of Anthropological Research is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering anthropology. It was established in 1937 as the New Mexico Anthropologist and operated as such until 1943. From 1945 until 1973 it was operated as the Southwestern Journal of Anthropology. In 1973 it was renamed yet again as the Journal for Anthropological Research. JAR is published by the University of Chicago Press. For more information, contact Professor Lawrence Guy Straus firstname.lastname@example.org
The Farmington Municipal Schools believes in providing Great Schools for a Great Community! Located in Farmington, New Mexico, the district serves students in 21 schools. Phone 505-324-9840, http://district.fms.k12.nm.us
The University of New Mexico Press was established in 1929 by the Regents of the University of New Mexico, UNM Press is a well-known and respected publisher in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, indigenous studies, Latin American studies, American studies, Chicana/o studies, art, architecture, and the history, literature, ecology, and cultures of the American West. The Press imprint is overseen by a faculty committee, whose twelve members are appointed by the Faculty Senate to represent a broad spectrum of university departments. With well over one thousand titles in print, UNM Press also serves as distributor for other local and regional publishers and is an important element in enhancing the scholarly reputation and worldwide visibility of its host university. 505-277-2346, www.unmpress.com
Ted Edwards, author of Leonard Robbie Robinson: Waxahachie Warrior, on a book published by the Naval Institute Press in June 2018 titled Seven at Santa Cruz: The Life of Fighter Ace Stanley ‘Swede’ Vejtasa.
Stephen Lekson, Curator of Archaeology & Professor of Anthropology, Jubilado, University of Colorado Boulder and world-renowned archaeologist, on a book titled A Study of Southwestern Archaeology published in October 2018 by the University of Utah Press.
Carolyn Nordstrom, author of Global Outlaws: Crime, Money, and Power in the Contemporary World, Shadows of War: Violence, Power, and International Profiteering in the Twenty-First Century, and many others, and internationally renowned anthropologist, on a recently published (and incredibly important) book, Cyber Shadows: Power, Crime, and Hacking Everyone.
Carl M. Davis, former U.S. Forest Service Regional Archaeologist in Missoula, Montana, on a book titled Six Hundred Generations: An Archaeological History of Montana, published by Riverbend Publishing, Helena, Montana, July 2019, now available from the publisher and from Amazon. Carl's book was the Winner of the 2020 Society for American Archaeology Popular Book Award and is currently a finalist in the High Plains Book Awards.