News Category: mesoamerica-meetings

Ruta Maya Coffee Company renews sponsorship for 2018 Mesoamerica Meetings

Dec. 15, 2017

We are excited to announce that Ruta Maya Coffee Company has once again offered its support for The Mesoamerica Center and the 2018 Mesoamerica Meetings!

We have an impressive lineup of workshops and symposium talks, made possible by the endorsement of Ruta Maya Coffee. We are thankful for our Austin neighbors, who bring us coffee from the lands of Mesoamerica and support our programs for scholarly and public audiences.

Fall 2017 Newsletter

Oct. 25, 2017

Read about all of the activities and programs we took on in the 2016-2017 academic year, and what to expect of 2017-2018. If you did not receive a copy of our Fall 2017 Newsletter in your email, click here to read it online!

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2017 Maya Meetings pave way for broader Mesoamerica shift

Sept. 1, 2017

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 forums on cutting-edge scholarship about the Maya and other Mesoamerican cultures, as well as ushering in a new, broader scope for the symposium, which in 2018 will be called The Mesoamerica Meetings. Instead of focusing on specific topics within the Maya world, the conferences will celebrate scholarship on the interrelation of all Mesoamerican cultures.

Preliminary Notes on Two Recently Discovered Inscriptions from La Corona, Guatemala

July 20, 2015

Archaeologists with the La Corona Regional Archaeological Project in Guatemala announced significant hieroglyphic finds during a press conference at the National Palace in Guatemala City.  Dr. David Stuart is La Corona Project main epigrapher, where the maya monument was unearth. Read Dr. Stuart article on the findings.

Notes on the recently discovered inscriptions in Guatemala.