Monthly Archives: January 2018

PCSNY April Lecture

Images in a World without Words: Questioning the Canon in Moche Studies Sarahh Scher Visiting Lecturer Salem State University   As the scholarship on Moche art expands, it is becoming clear that only a small group of artworks is most … Continue reading

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PCSNY March Lecture

Entangled Tesserae: Looking at Classic Maya Political Society Simon Martin University of Pennsylvania Museum For almost five decades Mayanists have sought an answer to one of the most important but elusive of questions in the field: how were the great … Continue reading

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PCSNY February Lecture

From the Heart of the Andes: On the Making of Golden Kingdoms Joanne Pillsbury Andrall E. Pearson Curator of Ancient American Art The Metropolitan Museum of Art Octopus Frontlet. Gold, chrysocolla, shell. Moche, A.D. 300–600. Peru, La Mina. Museo de la … Continue reading

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