Fall 2017 Newsletter

Catherine Popovici

Read about all of the activities and programs we took on in the 2016-2017 academic year, and what to expect of 2017-2018.

The 2017-2018 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

Sergio Romero

Please join us for the first talk of the semester in the 2017-2018 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series!
Monday, September 18, 4 PM, DFA 2.204

The 2017-2018 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series

Photo of Dr. Tim Beach

Please join us for the October talk in the 2017-2018 Mesoamerica Center Colloquium Series, in conjunction with the AIA events during Archaeology Month!
Monday October 30th, 4-5 PM, DFA 2.204

Research Highlights from The Mesoamerica Center

Throughout the 2016-2017 academic year, faculty and student members of the Mesoamerica Center were actively sharing their research at conferences near and far, working on current projects on the

Graduate Student News

Catherine Popovici

Students and faculty of The Mesoamerica Center were active all over the world this summer, attending conferences, conducting research and fieldwork, and leading study abroad programs.

Interns, Volunteers Contribute to Mesoamerica Center Projects

Over the course of the past year, The Mesoamerica Center welcomed several volunteers and

New Book on Aztec Calendar Stone by David Stuart in the Works

Over the summer, Dr. David Stuart completed and submitted for publication a manuscript exploring new interpretations of the iconic Aztec Calendar Stone.

Study Abroad Programs Immerse Students in Culture

Casa Herrera, an extension of The Mesoamerica Center located in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Antigua, Guatemala, has had a busy year, hosting a number of public talks, a successful scholar-

Art and Art History Collection Illuminated through Mesoamerica Center Initiatives

The 2016-2017 academic year was filled with activity around the Department’s Art and Art History Collection, managed by The Mesoamerica Center.

Sibley Conference explores scale of material culture

This is a photo of the conference participants with an Olmec head.

In February 2017, The Mesoamerica Center hosted another edition of the D.J.