Future Pre-Columbian Society Meetings

2017-2018 Schedule 

Saturday January 13, 2018 1:30 pm talk in Room 345 - Andrew Hamilton, lecturer in the Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University: "Life and Death in an Andean River: The Making of Ancestors on a Lambayeque Vessel"

February 10, 2018 Cherra Wyllie, PhD: morning glyph workshop (10 am): Using the known calendar systems of historic and contemporary Mixe, Nahua, Totonac, and Huastecs, we will look at the relationship between imagery and the repertoire of signs and their meanings as a primer for linking image with spoken language. 1:30 pm talk: "Classic Veracruz writing: Epi-Olmec writing system found predominantly in the Mixtequilla-Tuxtlas region of south-central Veracruz"

March 10, 2018 Thomas H. Guderjan, PhD; Professor of Anthropology; Chair, Department of Social Sciences; Director, Center for Social Science Research, Univeristy of Texas at Tyler; President, Maya Research Program:
morning workshop: "How the use of LIDAR survey impacts the understanding of production systems and land tenure at a site in Belize"
summary talk at 1:30 pm in Room 345

April 14, 2018 Professor Mendoza-Mori, Quechua Language Program, University of Pennsylvania

May 12, 2018 Gabrielle Vail, PhD:
Probable glyph workshop in the morning,
talk at 1:30 pm in room 345

June 9, 2018 Trip to Princeton Art Museum? Will contact Bryan Just.