Archaeology, Language and History in Ancient Central Mexico – University of Copenhagen

Archaeology, Language and History in Ancient Central Mexico

Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies / American Indian Languages and Cultures invite you to participate in an international symposium.

Programme

10:15   Welcome
             Jesper Nielsen (Associate Professor, American Indian Languages and Cultures,
             University of Copenhagen)

10:30   Life in the City of Teotihuacan: New Results from Old Data
             Michael E. Smith (Professor of Archaeology and Director, ASU Teotihuacan
             Research Laboratory School of Human Evolution & Social Change)

11:30   On the Path of the Storm God: Teotihuacan Imagery in Guerrero and Queretaro              Jesper Nielsen (Associate Professor, American Indian Languages and Cultures,
             University of Copenhagen)

12:15   Lunch

13:15   Reflections on the Cartographic Tradition in the Central Mexican Highlands
             Christophe Helmke (Associate Professor, American Indian Languages and
             Cultures, University of Copenhagen)

14:00   Neighbors and Relatives: What Loanword Diffusion Involving Proto-Nahuatl Can
             Tell Us about the Linguistic Situation in Central Mexico in the Classic Period
             Magnus Pharao Hansen (Postdoctoral Fellow, American Indian Languages and
             Cultures, University of Copenhagen)

14:45   Presenting Mexico through the Past: Aztec Sculpture Replicas in Denmark
             Cecilie Kargaard Jensen (MA-student, Sustainable Heritage Management at
             Aarhus University)

For further information, please contact Jesper Nielsen.