Diana Hadley

April 30, 2016

Diana Hadley is director emerita of Arizona State Museum’s Office of Ethnohistorical Research. She writes and lectures extensively on ecological change in the Southwest and northern Mexico, and on the cultural and environmental history of the Santa Cruz and San Pedro rivers. Currently, she is working on a history of the cattle industry along the U. S./Mexico border and is researching the impacts of horses on the indigenous peoples of this area.