IMS Events

The Institute for Mesoamerican Studies regularly hosts guest lectures and organizes events related to interests of the university and local community. You can catch up on some of our past talks on our Youtube Channel. If you would like to share with us your current Mesoamerican research, please feel free to contact us.

IMS is pleased to present:

February 25th: Luz Rivera (Mexico's National Urban and Peasant Council) will be delivering a lecture: "Maíz y el País: Political Violence in Mexico and Corn's Lessons for Justice."

Poster for Luz Rivera Talk, Weds. 25 Feb. 2015, 1:30 pm in the Campus Center Assembly Hall (UAlbany)

 

 

Past speakers include

Fall 2014

Spring 2014 - videos are available on our Youtube channel

The Times Union article "Keeping a language alive" ca be accessed here. Make sure to take a look at our Triqui textiles page!

Fall 2013

 

 

Other Events

The Department of Anthropology, University at Albany also hosts lecture series: