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A Faith Etched in Stone: The Penitente Brotherhood, Genizaro Indians, and Religious Expression in New Mexico

Lecture: ARF Special & Workshops | May 8 | 6-7 p.m. | Oakland Museum, Brad Walter's Community Room


125 14th Street, Oakland, CA 94607

Alexandra McCleary, Anthropology, UC Berkeley

Archaeological Research Facility


ARF OUTREACH TO THE COMMUNITY SERIES
This talk will explore the development of both artistic and religious expression in 19th century New Mexico. An analysis of the relationship of the Penitente Brotherhood and the Genizaro Indians in Pilar, NM as facets of a dynamic frontier culture can broaden our understanding of the relationship between Native American and Hispanic life within Northern New Mexico.


General Public


rcuthrell@berkeley.edu