Dear Colleagues and Watchers of Mesoamerica Our second video clip from “Harvard in Mexico” shows us visiting the Great Aztec Temple site where Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and Leonardo Lopez Lujangreet and teach us. See Dean David Hempton of the Harvard Divinity School arriving at the edge of the Great Temple with others and then descend […]
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David Carrasco gave the Alfonso Reyes Lecture “The Life and Three Voices of Carlos Fuentes” at Tecnologia de Monterrey University. Here he appears before a photo of Carlos Fuentes, Toni Morrison, Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and friends at the home of Carlos and Sylvia Lemus in 1995.
In 2017 Harvard inaugurated the Eduardo Matos Moctezuma lecture series, the first time in Harvard’s history that a lecture series has honored a Mexican. Watch this video to join the celebration of the exemplary careers of Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and his friend Alfredo López Austin who gave the 2018 lecture. This short, powerful video taken […]
David Carrasco with Zuni farmer, scholar and river guide Jim Enote at the launch for PBS TV series “Native America” at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Los Angeles. Enote and Carrasco are featured in several of the four episodes that will air starting October 23rd.
Day of the Dead – We’re live on a special tour of the Day of the Dead exhibit at Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology with HDS Professor Davíd Carrasco.
La Universidad de Harvard ha establecido la Cátedra Eduardo Matos Moctezuma (The Eduardo Matos Moctezuma Lecture Series), la primera en casi 400 años de historia de la universidad en honor de un mexicano. La conferencia inaugural de la Cátedra Matos Moctezuma tendrá lugar el martes 3 de octubre, a las 19:00 horas, en el Auditorio […]
Welcome back to the Mesoamerican Archive blog. You will recall our first blog consisted of the ‘chispa’ or spark of the Archive’s research conferences as Davíd Carrasco’s gave some introductory remarks at the 1979 conference “Center and Periphery and the Aztec Empire”. Now we move to the ‘fire’ of our collaborative research as we hear […]
Welcome to the Moses Mesoamerican Archive Blog. Each month we will present our viewers and listeners with a significant historical moment in the 35 year history of our collaborative work.
Professor Davíd Carrasco has been to “the place where the gods were created.” That’s what the Aztecs called the monumental capital city of Teotihuacan centuries after its fall. Read More
Archaeological Explorations in the Tunnel Beneath the Temple of the Feathered Serpent
Archaeologist Sergio Gómez Chávez, Director of the Tlalocan Project, National Institute of Anthropology and History, Teotihuacan, Mexico