Ricardo Basurto and Hannah Abrahamson named George Stuart Residential Scholars

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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Ricardo T. Basurto and Hannah R. Abrahamson as George Stuart Residential Scholars for the whole academic year, 2021-2022. Ricardo and Hannah will follow the prolific contributions of Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho and Ashuni Emmanuel Romero Butrón, the outgoing GSRS scholars. Beyond advancing their research projects, Ricardo and Hannah will dedicate time to … Read More

Quimicho y la ciudad de los dioses – (Lecture Updated)

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Ashuni E. Romero Butrón, with Boundary End Archaeology Research Center, explores connections between the archaeological site of Quimicho in the modern state of Tlaxcala and Teotihuacan, during the Mesoamerican Classic period. This virtual lecture is introduced by BEARC Board Member, Dylan Clark, and conducted in Spanish with bi-lingual Q&A. Click on the YouTube play button below to see a recording … Read More

How Writing Came to Northern Yucatan

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How the Yukatecan language and its written form may have derived from an early Ch’olan script was the subject of June’s Boundary End Archaeology Research Center virtual lecture.  It was presented by Tulane’s noted epigrapher and Associate Professor, Dr. Marc Zender. *Please see Abstract and Biography below.)  The YouTube link is https://youtu.be/R5XuYnoGa3Q You can also see this and many other video … Read More

2021-2022 George Stuart Residential Scholar – Call for Applications

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The Boundary End Archaeology Research Center (BEARC) is seeking candidates to become the 2021-22 George Stuart Residential Scholar(s) (GSRS) for the academic year. Candidates may apply for either one or two semester-long residencies, but two semester-long residencies are preferred. The Fall residency spans September 1-December 30. The Spring residency spans January 1-May 30. BEARC is a research center and residential … Read More

Assembling the World’s Most Difficult Puzzle: The Broken Maya Murals of San Bartolo, Guatemala

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Dr. Heather Hurst presented BEARC’s Virtual Lecture on YouTube February 24, 2020).  https://youtu.be/eKUyBfMXzq0 NEW! – Check out an excellent new San Bartolo – Xultun website with lots of details referred to in Heather’s lecture https://www.xultun.org/ “We are excited to have Heather present this incredible story as part of our Virtual Lecture Series on YouTube,” said Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire, BEARC’s president. Abstract: … Read More

Ashuni Romero awarded 2021 George Stuart Residential Scholarship

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The Boundary End Archaeology Research Center is delighted to announce it has awarded a second 2021 George Stuart Residential Scholarship (GSRS) to Ashuni Emmanuel Romero Butrón. Along with the first 2021 GSRS, Nelda Issa Marengo, Ashuni is using the BEARC library collection to complete his research and will be contributing to the center’s science outreach mission. Ashuni Romero is a … Read More

2021-2022 George Stuart Residential Scholar(s) ~ Call for Applications

John DaigleNews & Events

  The Boundary End Archaeology Research Center (BEARC) is seeking candidates to become the 2021-22 George Stuart Residential Scholar(s) (GSRS) for the academic year. Candidates may apply for either one or two semester-long residencies, but two semester-long residencies are preferred. The Fall residency spans September 1-December 30. The Spring residency spans January 1-May 30. BEARC is a research center and … Read More

Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho is the New George Stuart Residential Scholar

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Nelda Issa Marengo Camacho is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside

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 … Read More

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

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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

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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