Building on the exhibit, ‘Enchiladas: A Global Journey to New Mexico,’ on display at Gutierrez Hubbell House May-August 2021, Dr. Stone examines the ways that migration, communication, and trade have helped shape local food traditions. She explores some of the methods, ingredients, and crops that have been adopted, cultivated, changed, and embraced by farmers and chefs in New Mexican kitchens and yards over time. Learn how food is an integral part of our network of cultural connection here in New Mexico.
Elizabeth Stone is the Site Manager of the Gutierrez Hubbell House. She has held similar positions at Museo Larco, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Branigan Cultural Center, and the Spurlock Museum. Stone received her PhD in Anthropology from UNM. Stone has over a decade of museum experience focused on New Mexico cultural heritage, particularly indigenous history, archaeology, and contemporary life. She has taught at universities and museums in the US, Mexico, Spain, and Peru.