Mesoamerican Language and History Round Table

Date/Time: 
September 16, 2013 - 2:00pm

 Co-sponsored by Native American and Indigenous Studies at Brown

The John Carter Brown Library has one of the world’s great collections of research materials in Native American languages. This is a very special moment for the Library: three scholars of Mesoamerican language and culture, from different countries and working with different indigenous languages, are all in residence at the same time. On September 16 they, along with a Brown anthropologist working with a fourth language, will share their experiences and discuss common questions and methodological issues in a public forum.

Everyone interested in the subject is welcome to participate.
Spaces are limited, so please email jeremy_mumford@brown.edu.

Speakers:

Paja Faudree: Mazatec
Paja Faudree i