Studying Ancient America in the Blue Ridge Mountains!
Boundary End Archaeology Research Center is a perfect escape for writers, artists and other creative souls wishing to experience the peace and tranquility of Appalachia.
Free Virtual Lecture –
Trade, Recruitment, and Rebellion: Native Mediation of the Pardo Expedition into the Carolina’s and East Tennessee -1566-1568.
For those who were not able to join the live lecture on January 13, we have posted a recording. You can also see the other lecture recordings as well at our YouTube Channel here.
The Boundary End Archaeology Research Center is delighted to announce that our 2021 George Stuart Residential Scholar, Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho, will be arriving at our residential library in January. Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside, where she also obtained her MA. Nelda is from Mexico, where she earned her BA from the Universidad de las Américas Puebla. Nelda’s dissertation focuses on the bioarchaeology of Chichén Itzá and its surrounding
Registration is now open! The 2021 Mesoamerica Meetings
The 2021 Mesoamerica Meetings are indeed happening, and they are all online so you can attend from the comfort of your home, anywhere in the world! And since this year has been particularly challenging for everyone, we wish to focus on our community, and welcome everyone at whatever registration fee level you decide, including free! For more details on program, schedule, and how to register, see https://utmesoamerica.org/registration-information