Genevieve Woodhead Awarded 2019 Pecos Conference Linda Cordell Prize

Departmental News

Posted:  Aug 12, 2019 - 12:00am

Archaeology graduate student Genevieve Woodhead was awarded the 2019 Pecos Conference’s Cordell Prize. Her paper Corrugated Pottery: A Legible Record?  pieces together prehispanic ceramic production through the study of Ancestral Puebloan and Mogollon pottery with exposed coils. 

The Cordell and Powers Prizes honor Linda S. Cordell and Robert P. Powers: teachers, mentors, advisors, and friends to countless Southwestern archaeologists. The top prize is awarded for the two best extemporaneous talks presented at the Annual Pecos Conference by archaeologists 35 years of age or younger.