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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Manuscripts

University Service

Institute of Texan Cultures' Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series

Public Lectures

Consultancies

Committees

Correspondence, 1987-2004

Grant Projects

Conferences

University of Texas San Antonio

Inventory of the Daniel J. Gelo Papers, 1977-2009



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Gelo, Daniel J., 1957-.
Title: Daniel J. Gelo Papers
Dates: 1977-2009
Creator Abstract: Daniel J. Gelo is Professor of Anthropology, Division of Behavioral and Cultural Sciences and Department of Anthropology at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and since 2004 has served as dean of UTSA’s College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA). The Daniel Gelo Papers include manuscript drafts, correspondence, committee files, grant files, documentary footage, and lectures related to the Gelo's career at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Identification: UA 99.0016
Extent: 12 linear feet (12 boxes)
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Note

Daniel J. Gelo is Professor of Anthropology, Division of Behavioral and Cultural Sciences and Department of Anthropology at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and since 2004 has served as dean of UTSA’s College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA). Gelo joined the faculty at UTSA in 1988 after receiving his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Rutgers University and has written extensively on the expressive and religious culture of American Indians of the Southern Plains and Texas. His publications include Comanche Vocabulary (University of Texas Press, 1995), Comanches in the New West, 1896-1908 (with Stanley Noyes, University of Texas Press, 1999), Texas Indian Trails (with Wayne L. Pate, Republic of Texas Press, 2003), and three song books for guitar and mandolin. Gelo also contributed to the Institute of Texan Cultures’ Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series, acting as a researcher and co-author for Circle of Life: The Alabama-Coushatta Indians (1991); Big City Trail: The Urban Indians of Texas (1992); and People of the Sun: The Tiguas of Ysleta (1992). Dr. Gelo is a recipient of the President's Distinguished Achievement Award for Creative Activity and the Chancellor's Council Outstanding Teaching Award.

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Scope and Content Note

The Daniel J. Gelo Papers include manuscript drafts, correspondence, committee files, grant files, documentary footage, and lectures related to the career of University of Texas at San Antonio Anthropology Professor Daniel Gelo. The collection documents Gelo’s academic career at UTSA, and his research on expressive culture of American Indians in Texas and the Southern Plains. Research materials include drafts of Gelo’s research articles, book reviews, and books, and also B-footage and promotion materials related to his work on the Institute of Texan Cultures' Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series. The papers span the years 1977-2009 and are organized into nine series: I. Manuscripts, II. University service, III. Institute of Texan Cultures' Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series, IV. Public lectures, V. Consultancies, VI. Committees, VII. Correspondence, VIII. Grant projects, and IX. Conference material.

This collection is housed at UTSA's HemisFair Park Campus, though off-site access is also available at UTSA's John Peace Library.

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Organization of Collection

I. Manuscripts
II. University service
III. Institute of Texan Cultures' Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series
IV. Public lectures
V. Consultancies
VI. Committees
VII. Correspondence
VIII. Grant projects
IX. Conferences

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions on these materials.

Usage Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Gelo, Daniel J., 1957-.
Organizations
University of Texas at San Antonio--Faculty.
University of Texas at San Antonio--History.
Subjects
Universities and colleges--Faculty.
Mexican-American Border Region--Study and teaching.
Teaching--Aids and devices.
Comanche Indians--History.
Alabama-Coushatta Tribes of Texas.
Tiwa Indians.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)--History--20th century.
Genres/Formats
Correspondence.
Memorandums.
Syllabi.
Local Subjects
Education/Educators
UTSA History
UTSA Records

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Separated Material

University publications such as course catalogs, class schedules, and university-wide newsletters have been transferred to the UTSA Publications Collection (UA 01.02).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Daniel J. Gelo Papers, UA 99.0016, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Received as a gift from Daniel J. Gelo in February, 2011.

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Inventory of the Daniel J. Gelo Papers

 

Manuscripts

Sub-series books, research papers, encyclopedia entries, book and music reviews, newspaper articles, bibliographies, and peer-reviews organized chronologically.
Box
1 Books
Fiddle Tunes and Irish Music for Mandolin
Correspondence, 1980-1989
Draft, 1981
Fiddle Tunes and Irish Music for Mandolin published version, 1981
Fiddle Tunes and Irish Music for Guitar
Correspondence, 1983-1990
Draft, 1985
Fiddle Tunes and Irish Music for Guitar published version, 1985
Comanches in the New West, 1885-1908
Correspondence, 1994-1997
Drafts, 1997
Comanche Vocabulary: Trilingual Edition
Draft, 1992 November 11
Draft, 1993 September 09
Draft, 1994 June 27
Draft, 1996 February 05
Draft [3rd working draft], undated
Illustrations, circa 1993
Notes, 1993
Comanche Belief: Symbol and Knowledge on the Southern Plains, 1997-1999
Box
2 Texas Indian Trails
Draft, 2002 August 06
Maps, 2003
Notes, 2002
Mandolin Sampler
Correspondence, 2001-2005
Draft, 2003 August 18
Draft, 2004 July 16
Draft, 2004 August 14
Indians of the Great Plains [sample draft], undated
Research papers
"A structural study of four British and American fiddle tunes [adapted from senor thesis], " 1979-1981
"Plains interplay: ethnology and archeology," 1981
"Form and classification in Comanche myth," 1982
"The Bear"
Correspondence, 1983-1987
Drafts
Copy-edited draft, 1985
Draft 1, 1985
Draft 2, 1985
Indexed draft, circa 1987
Introduction to Symbolic American Wildlife, undated
Newspaper clippings, 1977-1984
Notes, 1983
"New Jersey's century farmers: an oral-historical overview," circa 1981
"Literature on the Comanche," undated
"Opposition and centrality in Celtic myth folk ritual," undated
"Talking metaphors: continuity in Comanche symbology," undated
"Material culture of Jersey shore lifeguards," 1984
"First footing: a Scottish calendar custom in New Jersey," 1985
"On a new interpretation of Comanche social organization," 1987
"Comanche songs, English lyrics, and formal continuity," 1988
"The symbolic construction of Alabama-Coushatta identity," 1990
"Topographic references in Comanche narrative," 1991-1994
Box
3 "Topographic references in Comanche narrative," 1991-1994
"The Comanches as aboriginal skeptics," 1991-1993
"Affect and aesthetics in Comanche peyotism," 1993
"Applied visual anthropology: Texas Indian examples," 1993
"Art and architecture of the Tigua renaissance," 1994-1996
"A new Comanche moon over Texas," 1995-2001
"Powwow patter: Indian emcee discourse on power and identity," 1997-2001
"Kickapoo-Comanche relations on the Texas frontier," 1998
Potts site [research notes], 1999
"Sturm's visit to the Kwahadi Comanches, revisited," 1998
"'Comanche country and ever has been:' a native geography of the 19th century Comanchería, " 1999
"'Every day seemed to be a holiday': the captivity of Bianca Webb," 2003
"Numic mythologies," 2003-2006
"Photographic evidence for Southern Plains rawhide armor," 2008-2009
"Comanche animal classifications," undated
"Comanche belief and ritual," undated
"Weston le Barre: The Ghost Dance," undated
Encyclopedia entries
Encyclopedia of Multiculturalism, 1993
Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology, 1994-1996
Box
4 Encyclopedia of World Cultures supplement, 2001-2007
Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, 2003-2007
Box
3 American National Biography, 2006-2007
Box
4 Book reviews
Samuel Bayard, Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife, 1983
Olive Sharkey,Old days, Old ways, 1987
Paul Kutsche, Cañones: Values, Crisis, and Survival, 1988
Karl Schlesier, The Wolves of Heaven, 1988
Howard Harrod, Renewing the World, 1988
Raymond J. DeMallie, Sioux Indian Religion, 1988
Ernest Wallace, The Comanche: Lord of the Southern Plains, 1988
Omer Stewart, Peyote Religion: A History, 1989
Judith Vander, Songprints, 1989
James Howard, Choctaw Music and Dance, 1990
Leanne Hinton, Havasupai Songs, 1991
F. Todd Smith, The Caddo Indians, 1995
Nancy Hickerson, The Jumanos, 1995
Dorman Winfrey, The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest, 1996
Thomas Kavanagh, Comanche Political History, 1996
F. Todd Smith, The Caddos, the Wichitas, and the U.S., 1997
Bill Neely, The Last Comanche Chief, 1997
Edward Anderson, Peyote: The Divine Cactus, 1997
Richard Clemmer, Julian Seward and the Great Basin, 1998
Timothy Perttula, The Caddo Nation, 1998
Kelly Himmel, The Conquest of the Karankawas and the Tonkawas, 1999
Paul Carlson, The Plains Indians, 1999
Jonathan Hook, The Alabama-Coushatta Indians, and Timothy Perttula, The Caddo Nation: Archeological and Ethnohistorical Perspectives, 1999
Richley Crapo, Cultural Anthropology, 1999-2000
Thomas Sheridan, Empire of Sand, 2000
Sandra Faiman-Silva, Choctaws at the Crossroads, 2000
Pete Catches, Sacred Fireplace: Life and Teachings of a Lakota Medicine Man, 2000
Henrietta Stockel, Chiricahua Apache Woman and Children, 2000
F. Todd Smith, The Wichita Indians, 2001
Gerald Betty, Comanche Society, 2003
Jeffrey Anderson, One Hundred Years of Old Man Sage, 2003
F. Todd Smith, From Dominance to Disappearance, 2006
Steadman Upham, The Many Faces of Edward Sheriff Curtis, 2007-2010
Pekka Hämäläinen, The Comanche Empire, 2009
Candace Green, One Hundred Summers, 2010
Guiseppe Cocchiara, The History of Folklore in Europe, undated
Music review, The Badlands Singers: Live at United Tribes, 1983
Music review, The Badlands Singers: Live at United Tribes, 1983
Newspaper articles, The Lambertville Beacon, 1986
Bibliographies
Suggested readings for secondary school anthropology teachers, 1987
Texas Indians, 1989-1990
Some basic sources in structural and symbolic anthropology, 1990
The Alabama-Coushatta Indians: An Annotated Bibliography, 1992-1995
Tigua Indians: bibliography and research guide, 1993
Tigua Indians: bibliography and research guide, 2000
Texas Indians, 2001
Peer-reviews
Michael Pelton, "The Black Bear in the Southern Appalachian Mountains: An Overview", 1988
David Wheeler, "The Black Bear in the Southern Appalachians", 1989
David Whitley, "Pre-history and post-positivist science: a prolegomenon to cognitive archeology", 1990
Michael Steltenkamp, "No more screech owl: Lakota adaptation to change as profiled in the life of Black Elk", 1991
Jim Charles, "The History in Ponca Heluska songs",
Bill Wright, The Tigua, 1992
Ben Kracht, "Sacred or secular ceremonies", 1993
Box
5 Harold Harrod, "Sacred arrows: religious transformations on the Northern Plains", 1993
Jessica Wood, "The function of the powwow in the Dallas Native American community", 1993
Stephen Feld, "Mixed messages: music, creativity and identity in a contemporary Apache community", 1994
William Meadows, Enduring Veterans: Southern Plains Indian Military Societies, 1996
Servando Hinojosa, "Human-peyote interaction in South Texas", 1999
Anonymous, "More heads are better than one: an example from the Comanche during the 1700s", 1999
Anonymous, "Maintaining sovereignty through political decentralization", 1999
Sara Massey, The Hoffman Collection, 2001
Clyde Ellis, We Are a Dancing People: A History of Southern Plains Powwows, 2002
Benjamin Rader, "'The biggest powwow in history: 'the celebration of white rule, counting coups, identity formation, and opposition to white rule at the Haskell Institute homecoming of 1926", 2003
Anonymous, "Adaptation, renewal, and resistence: the cultural borderland of Mission Indian fiesta", 2005
William Meadows, Kiowa Ethnography, 2006
Anonymous, "Potlatch and powwow: culture, dance, and song", 2006
Anonymous, "Negotiating Nacogdoches: Hasinai Caddo-Spanish relations, trade space, and the formation of the Texas-Louisiana border, 1779-1819", 2008
Anonymous, "In the powwow realm: enacting self and community in the everyday and spectacular contexts of the Alabama-Coushatta powwow", 2009

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University Service

Files related to teaching, university service, tenure and promotion organized alphabetically.
Box
5 Anthropology Club, 1990
Anthropology discipline coordinator, 1995-1999
Anthropology library liaison, 1991-1993
Awards, Piper Professor Award, 1994-1998
Faculty recruitment guidelines, 1990-1991
Interdisciplinary studies, 1988-1992
Mentorship program, 1989-1993
Performance reviews
Third year review, 1991
Tenure promotion, 1993
Box
6 Full professor review, 1999
Periodic performance evaluation
Community service/unsolicited letters, 2005
Curriculum vitae, 2005
Reviews and notices of works, 2005
Book jacket quotes, 2005
Peer citations and acknowledgments, 2005
Proposed PhD. in Culture, Literacy, and Language, 1996-1998
Teaching
Annual reports, 1989-2004
Course materials, 1997-2004
Course summary statistics,
1991-2000
2000-2005
Grade distribution reports, 1989-2005 1999-2005
Student evaluations
Fall, 1988
Fall, 1989
Fall, 1990
Fall, 1991
Fall, 1992
Fall, 1993
Fall, 1996
Fall, 1997
Fall, 1998
Fall, 1999
2000
Spring, 2001
Teaching portfolio [syllabi], 1990-1999

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Institute of Texan Cultures' Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series

Scripts, promotion materials, and b-footage related to the production of the Institute of Texan Cultures' Contemporary Indians of Texas Film Series.
Box
7 The Tiguas of Isleta
Applied visual anthropology: Texas Indian examples, undated
Budget summary, 1992
Carriage report, 1993
Correspondence, 1990-1993
Hueco Tanks fight, 1990 and undated
Promotion, 1993
Scripts
Script 1, 1992 June 18
Script 1, 1992 June 26
Script 2, 1992 July 3
Script 4, 1992 July 15
Script as shot, circa 1992
Script as recorded, circa 1992
Notes, 1992
Script treatment, undated
Teacher evaluations, 1993
Box
12 Videotapes
Trailer, 1992
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Tigua Indian Project, Interview with Ray Apodaca, October, 1980
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Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico
Tapes 0-4, July 12-13, 1990
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Tapes 5-8, July 12-13, 1990
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Unedited footage
Tapes 1-3, June 4, 1991
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Tapes 1-6 [1], April 13-14, 1991
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Tapes 1-6 [2], April 13-14, 1991
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Tapes 1-6 [3], April 13-14, 1991
Tapes 4-6, June 4, 1991
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Tapes 6-7, April 14, 1991
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Tapes 7-9, June 5, 1991
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Tapes 7-11 [2 copies], undated
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Tapes 10-12, June 12, 1991
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Tapes 12-17, undated
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Tapes 13-15, June 13, 1991
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Tapes 16-18, June 13, 1991
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Tapes 18-21 [2 copies], undated
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Tapes 22-27, undated
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Tapes 27-32, undated
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Big City Trail: The Urban Indians of Texas
Unedited footage
Box
11 Grand Prairie Powwow, Tapes 1-5, September, 1990
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Grand Prairie Powwow, Tapes 7-9, September, 1990
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Tapes 1-3, circa 1990
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Tapes 4-6, circa 1990
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Interview with Diana Begaye Baca, Tapes 6-11, circa 1990
Tapes 10-12A, circa 1990
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Tapes 12B-15, circa 1990
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Tapes 12-16, circa 1990
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Tapes 17-21, circa 1990
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Tapes 22-23, circa 1990
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Circle of life: The Alabama-Coushattas
Unedited footage
Box
11 Tapes 1-6, circa 1990
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Tapes 7-11, circa 1990
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Tapes 12-16, circa 1990
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Tapes 17-22, circa 1990
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Tapes 23-28, circa 1990
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Tapes 29-31, circa 1990
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Public Lectures

Fliers, lecture notes, and correspondence of public lectures delivered by Gelo organized chronologically.
Box
7 UTSA lecture, "Comanche research: trends and opportunities", 1988
Kerrville, Texas Kiwanis Club, 1989
Glen Oaks Elementary School, 1990
Institute of Texan Cultures Elderhostel, 1990
Institute of Texan Cultures Upward Bound Program, 1991
Institute of Texan Cultures Elderhostel, 1991
City of San Antonio Police Department, Cultural Diversity Training Seminar, 1991-1993
Alabama-Coushatta Youth Conference, Motivation of our Future Generation, "Heritage," 1992
Censorship in Contemporary Life Symposium, "Another view: censorship in American Indian society," 1992
Institute of Texan Cultures Celebrate Native Americans, 1992
Mind Science Foundation, "Native American realities," 1992
Honors seminar lecture, 1992
History Awareness Workshop, 1993
Institute of Texan Cultures Elderhostel, 1993
Faculty development workshop, 1993
History Club of San Antonio, 1994
Institute of Texan Cultures Elderhostel , 1994
Witte Museum bison lecture, 1994
Witte Museum, "Native song: myth and ritual of the Plains Indians," 1994
History Club of San Antonio, 1995
Witte Museum Elderhostel, 1995
Institute of Texan Cultures Elderhostel, 1995
UTSA Fall lecture series, "Myth and magic," 1995
Texas Tech Museum, "Songs of the Comanche," 1996
Trinity Day School, 2nd grade presentation on Indians, 1997
San Antonio Public Library, Frontier in American culture lecture series, "The Comanche presence on the frontier," 1998
UTSA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Symposium, "From borders to fronteras/From fronteras to borders," 1998
University of the Incarnate Word, Native American heritage month lecture, "Indian landmarks of Texas," 2001
Waxahachie Chautauqua Preservation Society, "'Comanche country and ever has been: ' a native geography of the nineteenth-century Comanchería,"
Daughters of the Republic of Texas' Texas History Forum lecture, "Land searcher's people: Trails in the Mission hinterlands," 2002
Institute of Texan Cultures Texan Indians mini-course, 2002
Cruiseship lecture, "Tribes of the Northwest coast," circa 2000s

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Consultancies

Consulting files organized chronologically.
Box
7 Bexar Archives name guide, 1989
Star of the Republic Museum, "'Sorrow Whispers in the Winds:' Native Americans and the Republic Symposium," 1990-1992
Box
8 San Antonio Museum of Art, "The Making of the New World" lecture series, 1991
"Current determinants of Potawatomi Indian identity: report to the Office of the City Attorney, San Antonio, Texas," 1991
Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio circa 1795 diorama dialogues, 1994
Institute of Texan Cultures, Indian murals guide, 1992
Institute of Texan Cultures, Kickapoo drug inhalant video, 1992
Texas Civil Rights Project, Gomez v. Mesquite School District, 1992-1993
San Antonio Museum Association, "Thundering Hooves: conquistadores, vaqueros, cowboys, and Comanches," 1992-1993
Institute of Texan Cultures, exhibit floor renovation, 1993
Witte Museum, "The proposed Witte Old West Museum: structure, goals, and themes," 1994
Star of the Republic Museum, National Endowment for the Humanities planning grant proposal, 1994
Witte Museum, Texas Originals exhibit, 2003
Silver, Burdett, Ginn social studies curriculum
Grade 3, 1994-1996
Grade 4, 1994-1996
Grade 5A, 1994-1996
Grade 5B, 1994-1996
Grade 6, 1994-1996
Box
9 Galaxy Scientific Corporation, "Cognitive engineering for information warfare," 1999
Witte Museum, Texas Originals exhibit, 2003
Witte Museum, "A wild and vivid land, council house fight," 2006
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, "The Red River War: a clash of cultures on the Southern Plains," 2008-2010
Comanche Language and Cultural Preservation Committee, Revised Comanche Dictionary, 2009

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Committees

Committee files organized chronologically.
Box
9 College of Behavioral and Cultural Sciences Goals Committee, 1989-1993
National Endowment for the Humanities
Division of Public Programs, Public Humanities Panel, 1991-1992
Travel to Collections Program Panel, 1991-1993
Text Publication Subvention Panel, 1991-1992
Institute of Texan Cultures Strategic Planning Group, 1991
Core Curriculum Committee, 1991-1999
Picnic Committee, 1993-1996
College of Social and Behavioral Advisory Council, 1993
Inter-Campus History Reading Group, 1994
Texas Children's Festival Steering Committee,
1995
1996
Division Faculty Review Advisory Committee, 1997-1999
Graduate Programs and Courses Committee, 1997-1999
National Endowment for the Humanities Review Panel,
2004
2007

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Box
9 Correspondence, 1987-2004

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Grant Projects

Grant project applications and correspondence organized chronologically.
Box
10 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1982-1984
Newberry fellowships, 1985-1987
Philadelphia fellowships for independent study in the humanities, "Proposal to study the mythology of the Hopi, Comanche, and Kwakiutl North American Indians," 1986
UTSA faculty research award, 1988-1989
American Council of Learned Societies, "Hugh Lenox Scott and South Plains ethnology," 1988
Indians of Texas library collection, 1989
National Endowment for the Humanities summer stipend, 1990-1991
UTSA faculty research awards, 1990-1991
Texas Committee for the Humanities, "Archeology of the encounter: a teaching tool," 1992
National Science Foundation Younger Scholars Program, Elizabeth de la Portilla-Lyon, "Comanche and Mexican-American curers: a regional approach to folk medicine," 1994-1995
UTSA faculty research award, 1995
UTSA faculty development leave grant, 1996-1997

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Conferences

Box
10 New Jersey Folk Festival
Administrative files, 1981-1985
Automobile theme, 1985
Century Farmers Project, 1981
Correspondence, 1984-1985
Folk music directory, 1982
Management course, 1985
Programs and brochures, 1980-1988
Scottish theme, 1984-1985
Conference of Native American Studies, 1984
American Anthropological Association, 1988
American Folklife Society, 1988
American Anthropological Association, 1989
American Anthropological Association, 1990
Great Basin Conference, 1990
Institute of Texan Cultures' Celebrate Native Americans, 1991
American Society for Ethnohistory, 1991
Alabama-Coushatta Tribal Youth Conference, 1992
Institute of Texan Cultures' Celebrate Native Americans, 1992
Texas Children's Festival, 1992
Box
11 American Association of Museums, 1993
American Folklore Society, 1993
Native American Art Studies Association, 1993
San Antonio Inter-American Bookfair, 1993
Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting, 1993
Central States Anthropology Society, 1991
Spanish Missionary Heritage of the United States Conference, 1990
First Nations Symposium, 1991
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences College Symposium: Culture, Language, and Identity, 1996
UTSA Honors Program, Symposium on the Modern Era, 1995
History Awareness Workshop, 1994
Native American Art Studies Association, 1995
American Anthropological Association, 1993
The Spirit of Place: Appreciating the Comanche Relationship to the Landscape of the Southern Plains, 1999
National Endowment for the Humanities Planning Grant Conference for Southwest Regional Humanities Center, 2000
American Anthropological Association, 2002
Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences, 2004
Texas Folklife Festival, 2005
Annual Meeting Program of the Commission of Colleges, 2008

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