(DUE TO THE CANCELLATIONS OF ALL LIVE EVENTS IN THIS LOCKDOWN PERIOD, I HAVE GATHERED A LIST OF SEPTEMBER EVENTS ON ZOOM BELOW.
AND BELOW THOSE ARE A COLLECTION OF ONLINE ANCIENT AMERICAS LECTURES, INCLUDING ONES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED ON ZOOM
SEPTEMBER 2021 ANCIENT AMERICAS LECTURES
(MORE WILL BE ADDED THROUGHOUT THE MONTH. BOOKMARK THIS PAGE)
AND A COLLECTION OF ONLINE ANCIENT AMERICAS LECTURES, INCLUDING ONES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED ON ZOOM
Mike Ruggeri’s Ancient Americas Events on Tumblr
Mike Ruggeri’s You Tube Ancient Americas Lectures
September 13, 6:00 PM. ET
Pre-Columbian Society of NY Zoom
“Connecting the Dots: Teotihuacan’s Imperial Presence in Early Classic Mesoamerica, c A.D. 350-550”
Jesper Nielsen Associate Professor and Head of Studies, Department of Cross Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen
September 15, 8:00 PM ET
Institute of Maya Studies Zoom
"A History of Ancient Maya Ancestor Veneration and Political Authority in the Mopan Valley of Western Belize”
The Zoom Link:
September 16, 7:00 PM, MT
Old Pueblo Archaeological Center Zoom
Third Thursday Food for Thought Presentation: “The People behind the Petroglyphs: The Cultural Landscape of the Lower Gila River”
Anthropologist Dr. Aaron M. Wright.
To register go to https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bJEZgWMbTlydBwV_lCeXqQ
September 16, 8:00 PM ET
"A Cave For All Seasons: Agricultural and New Year Rituals at Naj Tunich Cave, Peten, Guatemala”
Access and bookmark this zoom hyperlink: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82230122362
September 16, 4:00 PM MDT
The Hisatsinom Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society and the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
"Tracing the Origins of Chacoan Beams”
Upon registration, an automatic e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address you provide. This e-mail will contain a link for the presentation along with connection instructions. Please double-check your address on the following registration page, and check your junk folder if you have not received an acknowledgement within 30 minutes of registering.
If you expect multiple people to watch the webinar on your device, enter how many will attend with you in the quantity box. Otherwise, enter 1.
September 17, 1:00 PM ET
Yale Ancient Latin American Lecture
“Reflections on Arte del mar: Artistic Exchange in the Caribbean.”
Zoom Link https://yale.zoom.us/j/99632288283?pwd=U0M2SjFQYnRIYUwyZk1vY2lxbFZuZz09
Meeting ID: 996 3228 8283
International numbers available: https://yale.zoom.us/u/abICDLAWY
September 18, 2021, 1:30 PM ET
Pre-Columbian Society Meeting of Philadelphia Zoom
"Taking the High Ground: Lowland Maya Settlement Patterns as Seen through LIDAR”
Marcello A. Canuto is currently Director of the Middle American Research Institute and Professor of Anthropology at Tulane University.
Meeting ID: 380 468 5493
September 18-19, 2021
Pre-Columbian Society of Washington DC Symposium
“INKA EMERGENCE: EXPLORING THE ROOTS OF EMPIRE IN THE ANDES”
In this symposium we look at what was unique about the Inka and what they owed to their precursors. Leading Andeanists have been lined up to discuss the Inka phenomenon from diverse angles in light of recent advances. They will guide us as we examine the Inka view of history and how it informed their efforts to shape Andean space and memory; what is being revealed about their Wari predecessors, especially in the Inka heartland around Cuzco, how the institutions of the Middle Horizon Wari and Tiwanaku empires persisted and how they were transformed; Wari artistic traditions and how they differed from those of the Inka; how the Inka shaped their landscape in their program of imperial domination; and how the interaction of the Andean and Amazonian world contributed to the development of Andean state societies
The interplay of these varied perspectives illuminates the differences between Inka and modern Western concepts of time and causality, and guides us back behind the received wisdom of Inka traditions as transmitted in the Spanish chronicles, to their development out of broader Andean traditions.
MEETING DATE AND TIME
This two-day virtual symposium will be held the third weekend in September on Saturday-Sunday, September 18 – 19, 2021. Each session will begin at 1:00 PM and end at 5:30 PM Eastern Time. Three different talks will be given on Saturday and three on Sunday, with discussion and question-and-answer sessions both days.
SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION TICKET PRICES
Each ticket entitles the registrant to stream one session of the virtual symposium. Two types of tickets are available.
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $40
These tickets are available to people who are not members of the Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C. as of the day of the symposium.
MEMBER TICKETS $30
These tickets are available to members of the Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C. whose memberships are current as of the day of the symposium.
HOW TO ATTEND
You must pre-register for this event. As a confirmed registrant, you will receive a registration acknowledgment and a ZOOM link by e-mail, as well as updates as they become available. The link will enable you to logon to the Day 1 of the webinar. A separate link will be sent for Day 2.
TO PURCHASE REGISTRATION TICKETS, CLICK HERE.
If you prefer, you can print off and fill in a registration form and mail it to us. TO DOWNLOAD A REGISTRATION FORM, CLICK HERE.
September 20, 7:00 PM MT
Arizona Historical and Archaeological Society Zoom
“EARLY FORMAL CEREMONIAL COMPLEXES AND OLMEC-MAYA INTERACTION”
Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan
Daniela Triadan is a professor in the School of Anthropology, University of Arizona. She has been conducting extensive field and laboratory research in the American Southwest and Mesoamerica. Her projects in the Southwest include two large-scale studies on late prehistoric polychrome production and distribution, one centered on White Mountain Red Ware from east-central Arizona and the other on Chihuahua Polychrome from the Casas Grandes region in Chihuahua, Mexico. Her research in the Maya area included work in Belize and she co-directed the Aguateca Archaeological Project in Guatemala in the 1990s and early 2000s. Excavations of elite residential structures at the epicenter of this rapidly abandoned city revealed the richest in situ floor assemblages found to date at a Classic Maya site, providing a unique opportunity for reconstructing Classic Maya household organization. At the Guatemalan site of Ceibal and the Mexican site of Aguada Fénix she and her colleagues are investigating the processes involved in the foundation of Maya Civilization.
September 21, 6:00 PM MT
Denver Art Museum Zoom ($15 for non-members)
“Recovering the History of the Fiery Tortoise Lord”
Victoria I. Lyall, Jan and Frederick Mayer Curator of Art of the Ancient Americas
September 23, 6:30 PM
Walters Art Museum Live Lecture
“Jewelry and Power in the Ancient Americas”
Orlando Hernandez-Ying, Adjunct Professor of Art History and Art Appreciation/Postdoctoral Curatorial Researcher at The Hispanic Society of America, NY.,
This program takes place in the Walters’ Graham Auditorium; a reception will follow.
September 24, 7:00 PM CT
Maya Society of Minnesota Zoom
Sofía Pacheco-Forés, Ph.D.
"Otherness, Migration, and Ritual Violence in Epiclassic Central Mexico: A Bioarchaeological Perspective”
Go here to click on Zoom link:
Thursday, September 23-26
MAYA AT THE PLAYA CONFERENCE
THE 15TH ANNUAL MAYA AT THE PLAYA CONFERENCE, WEB EDITION, WILL OCCUR FROM SEPTEMBER 23-26, 2021.
THIS YEAR’S THEME IS:
NO REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Zoom Link: https://davidson.zoom.us/
September 24, 1:00 PM ET
Yale Archaeological Zoom
“A Medieval Honduran Alchemy.”
Dr. Rosemary Joyce, Professor of Anthropology at the University of California Berkeley
Meeting ID: 996 3228 8283
September 25, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
6th Annual Rocky Mountain Pre-Columbian Association Research Colloquium LIVE
“Current Research in the Ancient Americas”
The Rocky Mountain Pre-Columbian Association is pleased to announce its 6th annual colloquium at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science in Denver, Colorado. The event brings together an interdisciplinary gathering of scholars to address the direction of their current research projects in short, informal presentations followed by discussion.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205
The conference is free and open for all to attend.
Please RSVP to Michele.Koons@dmns.org by September 9th.