Northeastern Group of Nahuatl Studies Confrence– May 9-10, 2014

Northeastern Group of Nahuatl Studies Confrence– May 9-10, 2014

 

Friday, May 9 and Saturday, May 10, 2014

On May 9 and 10, 2014, the Northeastern group of Nahuatl Studies will host
the Fourth Annual Conference and Workshop at Yale. The schedule will
include advanced Nahuatl study, group document translation, and papers by
scholars.

As with past meetings, the conference will include two activities. In one,
scholars will gather to work collectively on the translation of documents
which will be shared before the meeting. Please contact the organizers if
you wish to present a document for study, to make arrangements for its
distribution.

The second activity will include the presentation of papers on aspects of
the Nahuatl language and linguistics, Nahuatl texts, or Nahua
ethnohistory. Scholars interested in offering a paper should contact the
organizers for inclusion. Papers may deal with any aspect of Nahuatl or
Nahua studies, from pre-contact up to the modern era.  This year we are
looking into the possibility of publishing selected papers as part of an
on-going publication series.

Please consider joining us in this exciting weekend, with a document for
study or simply by attending. More details will be forthcoming as plans
are made final.

Proposals for papers or documents for group translation may be sent to
schwallr@potsdam.edu or any of the organizers.

The organizers include:
Caterina Pizzigoni (cp2313@columbia.edu)
John Sullivan (idiez@me.com)
Louise Burkhart (burk@albany.edu)
John F. Schwaller (schwallr@potsdam.edu)

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