The 14th Annual Tulane Maya Symposium & Workshop (March 2-5), entitled Monumental Landscapes: How the Maya Shaped Their World, will feature the following speakers:
Barbara Arroyo, Asociación Tikal
M. Kathryn Brown, University of Texas at San Antonio
Arthur Demarest, Vanderbilt University
Francisco Estrada-Belli, Tulane University
Charles Golden, Brandeis University
Eleanor Harrison-Buck, University of New Hampshire
Brett Houk, Texas Tech University
Takeshi Inomata, University of Arizona
Holley Moyes, University of California, Merced
Terry Powis, Kennesaw State University
Keith Prufer, University of New Mexico
Brent Woodfill, Georgia State University
The keynote address will be delivered by Arlen Chase of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Friday evening.
The hieroglyphic forum will focus on new texts discovered from the site of Naranjo and will be led by Alexandre Tokovinine of the University of Alabama and Marc Zender of Tulane University. An alternative talk will be presented by Christopher Pool of the University of Kentucky.
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