Monthly Archives: April 2017

Sarah Clayton–NYC AIA Lecture on Teotihuacan

April 26, 6:30 PM “The End of Teotihuacan: Perspectives on Urban Life, Collapse, and Regeneration from beyond the Ancient Metropolis” Sarah Clayton abstract: The first millennium CE witnessed the growth and decline of Teotihuacan, one of North America’s earliest major … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Splitstoser, Pre-Columbian Society of the University of Pennsylvania Museum

“Twisted Records: Wari-style Khipus and What We Might Know about Them Jeffrey Splitstoser, PhD, The George Washington University April 8, 1:30 PM Abstract: The Wari created the first South American empire, ca. 600–1000 CE, and they ran it with an … Continue reading

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Yale Archaeology Brown Bag–Rob Rosenswig

Friday, April 7th, at 12:00 P.M. A joint Maya Series and Archaeology Brown Bag Lecture. The lecture will take place in 51 Hillhouse Ave., Rm 101, Yale University. Robert Rosenswig, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University at Albany–SUNY, will … Continue reading

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Pre-Columbian Society of DC April Lecture

“History and Histories of the Popol Wuj: A Reappraisal of the Origin and Purpose of a Mesoamerican Literary Masterpiece” Frauke Sachse, PhD, University of Bonn April 7, 6:45 PM Abstract: The Popol Wuj is widely acknowledged to be the most … Continue reading

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