News

Public programs teach hieroglyphic writing, newest research and ideas

This photo shows an archaeologist using an endoscope on a ceramic figure.

Each academic year, The Mesoamerica Center presents programming to bring Mesoamerican research to the public. The Colloquium Series is a set of free conferences given by scholars.

2017 Maya Meetings pave way for broader Mesoamerica shift

This is a photo of a slide showing the theme of this year's Mesoamerica Meetings

The 2017 Maya Meetings, “Tlillan Tlapallan: The Maya as Neighbors in Ancient Mesoamerica,” took place at UT Austin from January 10-14, combining interactive workshops and stimulating

Dr. Astrid Runggaldier appointed Assistant Director of Mesoamerica Center

Dr. Astrid Runggaldier

The Mesoamerica Center is proud to announce that Astrid Runggaldier has become Assistant Director as of June 1, 2016.

The 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

El Zotz ceramic vessel

Please join us for the last talk of the semester in the 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series!
Friday April 28th, 4-5 PM, DFA 2.204

The 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

West Mexico figure

Please join us for the April talk in the 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series!

The 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

Aztec calendar stone

Please join us for the March talk in the 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series!

The 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

Xunantunich Castillo

Please join us for the December talk of the 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series!

The 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

Yucatan barrels of rum

Please join us for the November talk of the 2016-2017 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series!

Ruta Maya Coffee Sponsors The Maya Meetings

Ruta Maya Coffee

We are proud to announce the wonderful news that Ruta Maya Coffee Company has once again offered its support for The Mesoamerica Center and the 2017 Maya Meetings! We have an impressive line-up of workshops and symposium talks, made possible by the endorsement of Ruta Maya Coffee. We are thankful for our Austin neighbors who brings us coffee from the lands of Mesoamerica, and support our Maya Meetings programs for scholarly and public audiences.