Knowledge seekers of every kind are welcome at Archaeology Café, where experts share their latest research on Phoenix's deep and diverse history in a jargon-free zone.
In this second in a series of talks focused on "Phoenix Underground," Dr. Lindeman shares his experiences leading archaeological excavations both downtown and under the runways of Sky Harbor Airport.
Presented by Archaeology Southwest, a nonprofit organization working across the Southwest to explore and protect the places of our past.
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MICHAEL LINDEMAN, Ph.D., is a Principal Investigator with Desert Archaeology, Inc., a cultural resources management firm that has completed over 2,300 archaeological projects across the Southwest. He specializes in the archaeology of southern and central Arizona with a special focus on the Hohokam era. His research interests include the implications of site structure and settlement patterns for understanding prehistoric social organization, social differentiation in middle range societies, and household-based production and specialization.