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. This first blog entry is a recording, accompanied by photographs, that narrates the initial chispa, or spark, for the Archive, created by the meeting of Eduardo Matos Moctezuma and David Carrasco at the excavation of the Templo Mayor in 1979. Carrasco outlines how an existential moment in his development combined with an intellectual exchange led to the first Mesoamerican Archive 1979 conference entitled “Center & Periphery and the Aztec Empire”. This is a clear statement of how the disciplines of the history of religions and archaeology combined to form the academic and social program of the Archive that has produced new knowledge about Aztec urbanism and Mesoamerica’s history of religions. Enjoy and take note!
- Day of the DeadNovember 3, 2017 - 12:00 pm
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.
- Conferencia Inaugural de la Cátedra Eduardo Matos Moctezuma de la Universidad de HarvardNovember 3, 2017 - 11:59 am
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 […]
- FireJanuary 25, 2016 - 6:00 pm
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 […]