Free Virtual Lecture – Trade, Recruitment, and Rebellion: Native Mediation of the Pardo Expedition into the Carolina’s and East Tennessee -1566-1568.

John DaigleLive Stream, Moore Lecture, News & Events

David Moore assists Warren Wilson College students in archaeology lab.

For those who were not able to join the live lecture for Dr. David Moore (Warren Wilson College), we have posted a recording. You can also see the other lecture recordings as well at our YouTube Channel here. How did Native peoples receive and interact with Spanish colonizers in the mid-16th century? Contrary to popular narratives, Native peoples were not … Read More

Virtual Lecture by Dr. Richard Diehl

Maxime Lamoureux St-HilaireLive Stream, News & Events

Here’s the YouTube Link for an instant replay of this lecture. https://youtu.be/NxHla3wza-M  Dr. Richard “Dick” Diehl honors the public archaeology mission of Dr. George Stuart by presenting the next Boundary End Virtual Lecture on July 15, 2020, at 6pm Eastern Time. The lecture, entitled La Mojarra, Veracruz: Stones, Scripts, and Failed Dreams of Glory, will be presented on YouTube Live, … Read More

After the Entrada – a free, live stream lecture by Dr. David Stuart May 27

John DaigleLive Stream, News & Events

After the Entrada: The Memory of Teotihuacan among the Late Classic Maya You can watch a replay here: https://youtu.be/YHAJw4YQ40o?t=2 Dr. David Stuart presented a free live-streamed lecture on YouTube, May 27. The “Entrada” of 378 CE stands as one of the major events of ancient Mesoamerican history, when a new political order was established at the central Maya capital of Tikal by … Read More