The Archaeological Institute of America’s Archaeology Abridged series presents:
Traitors or Native Conquistadors? The Role of Tlaxcala in the Fall of Aztec Mexico
A free lecture by David Carballo on Thursday, March 23 at 1pm CT
Following three centuries of colonial rule, when Mexicans achieved their independence from Spain they embraced prehispanic cultural symbols and labelled Indigenous groups who had allied with Spaniards in the sixteenth century as “traitors”, particularly the traditional Mexica-Aztec foes, the Tlaxcaltecs. Recent scholarship has questioned such categorizations as a simplification of Native agency in a time of European colonial expansion. In this talk, David Carballo will provide an overview of Tlaxcaltec resistance and resilience both during the Aztec period and early New Spain. Register at https://www.archaeological.org/march-virtual-lectures-with-david-carballo/.
The Milwaukee Area Biblical Archaeology Society presents:
Early Christian Travel in Macedonia and Greece
A free lecture by Dr. Glen L. Thompson on Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 7:30 PM
At Reichel Lecture Hall, FM15, Wisconsin Lutheran College and live online on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/99429889086. Dr. Thompson is currently leading a tour in Greece and will present an update on his research on Roman roads that the apostle Paul may have used in Greece during his travels.
The UWM at Waukesha Library and the Organization de Lideres Latino Americanos (OLLA) student organization at the Waukesha campus are pleased to announce an art exhibit:
Arte de Quilotoa: Ecuadorian Art in Response to the COVID Pandemic
Opening reception on Tuesday, March 28th at noon in the UWM at Waukesha Library. Light refreshments will be served.
The exhibit consists of twelve contemporary paintings by Indigenous artists from the rural community of Quilotoa. These works reflect the impact that COVID has had on indigenous communities in the South American country and were commissioned as part of an ongoing research project by UWM at Waukesha anthropology faculty member, Joe Quick. Dr. Quick’s dissertation (UW Madison, 2018) is on indigenous development and institution-building in the highlands of Ecuador. The paintings will become part of the permanent art collection at the Waukesha campus. On display in the library from March 28 through May 26.
ASU Publication Workshop
April 7th at noon in Sabin 332
Come hear how it is done by those who have done and are continuing to do it!. All of our presenters have first-hand experience with the publication process, as authors, editorial assistants and editors. Speakers include Professor Emily Middleton, Dr. Richard Edwards, and Field Notes editor-in-chief, Ann Eberwein.