This is my general website where I will keep you and the world updated about my projects, classes, opinions, and events.
My other pages include:
>> Indra’s Catch, by Demogoras the Navigator which contains the best peices (or fish) in the virtual sea. Originally, Indra’s was posted in the now defunct NMSUA newsletter. I will add these old (but updated) links as an archive and alert you to new web sites that I find on my perambulations.
>> Tiopete’s Lodge, my virtual faculty office, contains course pages, essays, and free PDF publications.
>> The Virtual Register of Historic Places in Second Life provides lists and slurls for virtual World Heritage Sites, National Historic Landmarks, National Register of Historic Places, and Second Life Landmarks which existed or still exist in the virtual world of Second Life where, this past Fall semester, I taught my Introduction to Historic Preservation (ANTH 118 at NMSUA).
>> New Mexico History, a companion page to my Canvas class, which will post links to all the online resources used in the class, all free!!
my other pages can be found here.
Points of Pride!
Pete Eidenbach – Part-time Temporary College Professor of Anthropology, is working on his “Atlas of Historic New Mexico Maps” which is at the final text edit stage (next stage composing and layout). At the Tularosa Basin Conference he will be presenting “Deities and Non-Coms: The Earliest Missile Programs at White Sands Proving Grounds”. He’s working on developing a hybrid face-to-face, second life, and synchronous lecture course for his Introduction to Heritage Interpretation course. He is also working on developing a special topics course in “History of Mapping in New Mexico”. He has also finished writing “Dust of the Drag,” a history of the Oliver Lee Ranch. His granddaughter has turned one; his daughter Kristine is involved in a number of ACLU actions protecting prisoner’s rights in Arizona and his daughter Samantha is finishing her Master of Arts degree in Education in Finland.
During spring semester 2012, Pete is using the outdoor classroom at night; come by and see for yourself.