Conferences and Workshops

  • Center and Periphery and the Aztec Empire (1979)
  • The Works of Mircea Eliade (1982)
  • The Last Aztec Treasure: From Excavation to Museum: Eduardo Matos Moctezuma (1983)
  • Mesoamerican Religions: City, Symbol and Conquest (1983)
  • Symbolic Stones and Sacred Pivots: Mesoamerican Religions, Archaeology, and the Templo Mayor (1984)
  • Waiting for the Dawn: A Reception for Mircea Eliade (1985)
  • The Imagination of Matter: Religion and Ecology in Mesoamerican Traditions (1986)
  • Significations: Signs, Symbols, and Images in the Interpretation of Religion: Conversations with Charles H. Long (1986)
  • Consultation on the Future of Aztec Studies: Center and Periphery in the Mexica World (1987)
  • Performance and Place: Aztec Centers, Aztec Actions (1988)
  • Ceremonial Landscapes in Aztec Religion: Focusing on Specifics (1989)
       – Co-organized with the Museo Templo Mayor
  • Tradition and Innovation in Aztec Society (1991)
  • Aztec Time and the Ceremonial Landscape (1992)
  • The Classic Heritage: From Teotihuacan to the Templo Mayor (1995)
       – Co-organized with the Museo de la Cultura Teotihuacana and the Museo Templo Mayor
  • Charles H. Long and the Imagination of Matter Project (1995)
  • The Classic Heritage: Continuity and Change (1996)
  • Reimagining Mesoamerica: Archive, Community, and Interpretation (1999)
  • Sacred Mountains: Social Contexts and Cosmovision in Mesoamerican Communities (2000)
       – Co-organized with the Museo de Escultura Maya (Copán Ruinas, Honduras)
  • Mediating Mesoamerica: Teotihuacan, Maya Crossroads, and Harvard’s Peabody Museum (2002)
  • Academic Works in Honor of Eduardo Matos Moctezuma (2003)
       – Co-organized with the Museo Templo Mayor and the Museo Nacional de Antropología
  • Approaching the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan No. 2 (2004)
  • Interpreting the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan No. 2 (2004)
       – Co-organized with the Museo Amparo
  • Understanding the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan No. 2 (2005)
  • From Coyolxauhqui to Tlaltecuhtli: Thirty Years of Archaeology at the Templo Mayor (2008)
       – Co-organized with the Museo Templo Mayor
  • Mirrors and Footsteps: Reflections on the Work of Alfredo López Austin (2011)
  • William B. Taylor’s Scholarly Inquietudes: An Interdisciplinary Workshop (2014)
       – Co-organized with the Latin American Department of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • Telling Stories: Discourse, Meaning, and Performance in Mesoamerican Things: In Honor of Elizabeth H. Boone (2014)