Dylan Clark is an anthropological archaeologist who studies the indigenous cultures and social history of Mexico and Central America. As the new resident archivist, Dylan is inventorying and curating the BEC’s numerous archaeological and ethnographic objects (e.g., textiles, ceramics, photos, transparency slides, documents, etc.), He received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Harvard University where his dissertation research focused on the ancient … Read More
We are pleased to host Asheville Sister Cities, June 16. Asheville Sister Cities promotes international awareness and maintain relations, including with San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico and Valladolid, Mexico. Join us for conversation about the History of the Collection and the Boundary End Center with BEC’s Dylan Clark and Ann Stuart. $5 donation (half goes to the Wheelchair Project … Read More
From our archives: In 2004 the Boundary End Center hosted a mini-conference on the ancient Maya Pre-Classic, attended by several distinguished archaeologists and friends. (Back row, left-to-right: Juan Antonio Valdes, Barbara Arroyo, Richard Hansen, Donald Forsyth, Fernando Robles, Nick Dunning. Front row: Julia Guernsey, Melinda Stuart, George Stuart, Bill Saturno, Kathryn Reese-Taylor, Karl Taube, David Stuart, Norman Hammond)
The location of the Boundary End in the heart of a region where a large number of environmental, cultural, and conservation issues are present also makes it a prime place for small-scale retreats and scholarly meetings and conferences on a variety of topics that include archaeology, botany, conservation biology, forestry, and geology. In addition, formal affiliations are planned with schools … Read More
Part of the grounds of Boundary End, with our stone circle and the Pisgah National Forest beyond.