Todd Bostwick received both his M.A. in Anthropology (with an emphasis on Archaeology) and his PhD in History from Arizona State University. He is presently Director of Archaeology for the Verde Valley Archaeology Center in northern Arizona and was formerly Senior Research Archaeologist at PaleoWest Archaeology in Phoenix. For twenty years he was the Phoenix City Archaeologist at the Pueblo Grande Museum, and he also taught at Arizona State University. Dr. Bostwick is widely published, including both books and articles, and has been featured on video productions for PBS and the History Channel. He has curated more than a dozen exhibits on the American Southwest, and given more than 400 talks at seminars, professional conferences, museums and other public events. Dr. Bostwick has been the recipient of several awards, including from the National Park Service, the Arizona Governor’s office and the Arizona Archaeological Society.
Tours Led by Todd Bostwick
- American Southwest Tour September 2-11, 2017 | Todd Bostwick The Four Corners area of the American Southwest is one of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world. Explore the archaeology and experience the culture at Chaco Canyon, Mesa Verde, Hovenweep, Ute Tribal Park, Canyon de Chelly, Acoma, Zuni Pueblo’s Mission Church, and the Navajo Nation Fair and Rodeo.