Deni J Seymour
Sobaipuri O’odham Landscapes
Deni J. Seymour is an independent research archaeologist, ethnographer, and ethnohistorian with a four-decade personal and professional investment in knowledge about and interaction with the Indigenous tribes of the southern portion of the American Southwest. Her research focuses on Indigenous, mission, and presidio history during the Spanish colonial period. She has studied the ancestral Apache, Sobaipuri O’odham, and lesser-known mobile groups of the American Southwest for thirty-seven years and is the author of 8 books and over 100 articles.