Dr. Enrique Rodriguez, Associate Professor in the Anthropology Department, will present a lecture entitled: "Technology and Cultural Change in Colonial Mexico". The lecture is sponsored by The Central Texas Society of the Archeological Institute of America. There will be a coffee reception preceding the lecture at 7:30 pm in the atrium of the art building.
Join us on Wednesday, April 17th from 8:00-9:00pm in the ART auditorium 1.110
David Stuart, Linda and David Schele Professor of Mesoamerican Art and Writing at The University of Texas at Austin is presenting at the Anthropology Department the lecture "The Ways of Witchcraft: Sorcery as Political Ideology among the Ancient Maya”. The lecture will take place in the Student Activity Center room 5.118, Monday, April 8 at 12 pm.
Come visit the The Mesoamerica Center tent at Explore UT, the university’s annual open house that attracts 50,000 attendees. We will be doing a hands on activity that is fun for all ages, a Maya pottery paper plate!
Maya Expert: The 'End Of Times' Is Our Idea, Not The Ancients' is the NPR interview that features Dr. David Stuart. The interview aired on Thursday's Morning Edition. David Greene asks archaeologist Stuart, who helped translate influential ancient Mayan hieroglyphs in 1996, if he thinks the world will end on Dec. 21.
On December 17, WBUR Boston's NPR's station radio show "On Point" with Tom Ashbrook featured a show about Maya Cosmology. The show had two prominent invited guests: Prof. William Saturno, from Boston University and Edwin Román, University of Texas at Austin Ph.D candidate and native Guatemalan archeologist. Listen to the podcast that debunks the real cosmology of the ancient Maya versus pop culture’s “Mayan apocalypse.”
Dr. David Stuart is featured on the main webpage of the University Of Texas at Austin. Read the great article about the truth regarding 12- 21-12, according to renowned Maya scholar and Art History Professor David Stuart. The day is indeed meaningful — but not in the way you might think.
Dr. David Stuart has been awarded a UNESCO medal for his lifetime contributions to the study of ancient Maya culture and archaeological sites, including those which have been categorized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.