Fred Wendorf

The Taos News: Ft. Burgwin founder, SMU’s Fred Wendorf, leads off lecture series

Fred%20Wendorf.jpgThe work of SMU archaeologist Fred Wendorf was featured in the Sept. 8, 2010, edition of The Taos News. Fred Wendorf is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at SMU and the author of Desert Days: My Life as a Field Archaeologist, as well as more than 30 other books. In 1987, he became the first SMU faculty member elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

The article “Dr. Fred Wendorf leads off UNM-Taos/SMU lecture series” retells Wendorf’s contribution to preserving the history of Ft. Burgwin.
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The Archaeology Channel interviews SMU’s Fred Wendorf

The remarkable 60-year-career of internationally recognized field archaeologist Fred Wendorf, SMU Henderson-Morrison Professor of Prehistory Emeritus, is the subject of an interview with Richard Pettigrew, president and executive director of the nonprofit Archaeological Legacy Institute. Pettigrew interviewed Wendorf for The … Continue reading

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