Teotihuacan to Tenochtitlan Cultural Continuity in Central Mexico: More Information, Now $10

Teotihuacan to Tenochtitlan Cultural Continuity in Central Mexico: More Information, Now $10

The Art History Society (AHS) at CSULA has given a more final announcement of their homage to one of the greatest Mesoamerican scholars of all time– Alfredo López Austin. The event went from being free to $10 ($5 for CSULA students), lets hope it does not increase any more.

The event will be Feburary 10-11, 2012  at CUSLA and times and detailed information has yet to be released.

This is a dream-team line up for what is sure to be a great event. If you have yet to RSVP, email ahsmeso2012@gmail.com to get on the list.

The Los Angeles region has been blessed during the 2011-12 academic years with big events such as Ethnohistory, Contested Visions, CAA and now this.

It is uncertain to me if all of the people that appear on the flyer will be presenting or talking but here are the headliners:

Alfredo  López Austin – UNAM

Eduardo Matos Moctexuma – UNAM

Leonardo  López Lujan – TEMPLO MAYOR

Diana Magaloni Kerpel -MNA

David Carrasco – HARVARD

Eloise Quinones-Keber – CUNY

Karl Taube – UCR

John M.D. Pohl – UCLA

Kenneth G. Hirth – PENN STATE

Eric Taladoire – SORBONNE

Frances F. Berdan – CSUSB

Kevin B. Terraciano – UCLA

Manuel Aguilar-Moreno – CSULA

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