Mark Roosevelt Salon Reservations
Historic Santa Fe Foundation (HSFF) is pleased to host a talk by St. John's College President Mark Roosevelt on current state of the college and its interaction with the Santa Fe community. In the past year, St. John's College has received extensive, favorable press coverage on its signal curriculum, as well as reductions to its tuition schedule, and even more significant, reductions for local New Mexico students. Roosevelt will discuss this and other changes to the school since his leadership in 2016. The lecture will be held at HSFF’s El Zaguán, 545 Canyon Road, on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 3pm.
Upcoming 2019 Salon Talk Reservations
(Lecturer and dates subject to change. Please check our Events page. All events are on Thursday unless otherwise noted)
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Salon El Zaguán Upcoming & Past Lectures
Salon El Zaguán is a monthly lecture series held in the sala of El Zaguán, Historic Santa Fe Foundation's offices at 545 Canyon Road #2, Santa Fe, NM. HSFF Staff and Board select the speakers for the informative and engaging talks and the speakers often pick the topic based on his or her expertise. Sign up for our newsletter in the column to the right to find out about each month's talks.
Membership is required for admission. Non-members may be admitted for $10 fee. Please inquire and RSVP to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-983-2567.
Former Speakers and Topics
June 20, 2019, 3pm - Rob Martinez, Deputy State Historian on Brujería: A History of Witchcraft in New Mexico. Due to the popularity of the first talk by Rob Martinez in January 2019, we are offering this talk again. This is the same presentation that was done in January 2019.
May 10, 2019, 3pm - Don Usner, photographer, Lowriders
April 18, 2019, 3pm - Tom Leech, Director, Palace of the Governors Press, Poetry Broadsides with Poet readings
March 21, 2019, 3pm - Tim Maxwell, director emeritus of the Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies on A Brief History of Santa Fe’s Archaeological Ordinance
Febuary 14, 2019, 3pm - Tonia Sing Chi: Building Reciprocity: Participation in Native American Housing and the Perpetuation of Earthen Architectural Traditions (postponed to March 1, 2019)
January 10, 2019- Rob Martinez on Brujería: A History of Witchcraft in New Mexico
Adrienne Digneo, Digneo Stonemasons (November 2018)
Rick Hendrickson, Mexican History in New Mexico (September 2018)
Jay Dickason, 2018 Faith and John Gaw Meem Intern (August 2018)
Nancy Owen Lewis, El Delirio and the Dogs for Defense (July 2018)
Don Usner, Chimayosos and Plaza del Cerro (June 2018)
Frank Graziano, Native Catholicism at the Pueblos & Mescalero Apache Nation (May 2018)
Beverley Spears, Early Churches of Mexico (April 2018)
John Eddy, Road to the Seventies (March 2018)
Sarah Stark, reading from new novel (February 2018)
Linda Tigges, Spanish Colonial Women and the Law (December 2017)
Heloise Jones, New Mexico's Allure for Writers: A Perspective Beyond Landscape (November 2017)
Stanley Crawford, Village: A Novel (September 2017)
Bettina Raphael, Murals of Olive Rush (October 2017)
John Ruminer, The Findings: Tree-Ring Dating/Fireplace Dating Project at 109 East Palace Avenue (August 2017)
Ed Crocker, Adobe Preservation (May 2017)
Elmo Baca, History of Movie Theaters in Santa Fe and New Mexico (April 2017)
Irvin and Lisa Trujillo, The History and Evolution of Rio Grande Weaving (March 2017)
Andrew Wulf, The Future of the Palace of the Governors/New Mexico History Museum
Dr. Robert Bell, Willard Clark Original Prints
Ana Pacheco, Concha Ortiz y Pino
Maurice Dixon, The Artistic Odyssey of Higinio V. Gonzales: A Tinsmith and Poet in Territorial New Mexico
Rick Hendricks, Churches of Pojoaque and Nambé
Catherine Colby, Sena Plaza
Tom Windes, Tree-Ring Dating of Historic Structures
Thomas E. Chávez, Chasing History: Quixotic Quests for Artifacts, Art, and Heritagew