Carrie C. Heitman is associate professor of anthropology and the associate director of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. She has helped build the Chaco Research Archive (chacoarchive.org, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation) and the Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection (salmonpueblo.org, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities). Her publications include the coedited volume Chaco Revisited as well as articles on religion/ritual, architecture, kinship, gender and social inequality, museum anthropology, ethics and informatics, and methods of data integration in anthropology.
Yupköyvi – The Place Beyond the Horizon is being featured this month at the Durango Independent Film Festival (March 3-12, 2021)
Independent filmmaker Larry Ruiz's Yupköyvi is an offshoot of the Hopi Perspectives video chapter (Chapter 9) in The Greater Chaco Landscape, edited by Ruth M. Van Dyke and Carrie C. Heitman. The film was also a selection of The Santa Fe Film Festival in February 2021.
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