Come join us at the Society for American Archaeology’s 2021 conference. This year it will be online and our team members have prepared the following presentations:
8:30 am EDT – 7:30 am CDT
Ariel Texis Muñoz, Tanya Catignani, Nawa Sugiyama and Saburo Sugiyama—Mapping Teotihuacan’s Inception: Patlachique Phase Ceramics Distribution on the Lidar Map
10:15 am EDT – 9:15 am CDT
Teresa Hsu and Nawa Sugiyama—Playing with Your Food to Feed the Masses: A Zooarchaeological Perspective at Teotihuacan, Mexico
11:00 am EDT – 10:00 am CDT
Ryohei Takatsuchi, Nawa Sugiyama, Saburo Sugiyama, Tanya Catignani and Yolanda Peláez Castellanos—Spatial Distribution of Ceramics and Lithics at the Plaza of the Columns Complex, Teotihuacan, Mexico
See you all there!
The conference’s final program can be found at the SAA Website.
Recent Discoveries at Teotihuacan: Excavations at the
Plaza of the Columns
Free admission and stream online
As part of a circuit of conferences
called “Archaeology Today” (coordinated
by Dr. Leonardo López Luján), Dr. Saburo Sugiyama and Dr. Nawa Sugiyama, co-directors
of the Project Plaza of the Columns Complex, will present an interesting
lecture on the most recent discoveries at Teotihuacan made by their project.
Multiple aspects of Teotihuacan,
such as urban planning, new LiDAR maps of the Teotihuacan Valley, the arrival
of Maya elites, and the sacrifice of animals, will be revealed to the general public.
Do not miss this opportunity to attend the Colegio Nacional next Wednesday, June 12th, at 6pm. If you can’t make it in person, check out www.colnal.mx to stream online.
Due to popular demand, the Phoenix Art Museum added an additional lecture by archaeologist Nawa Sugiyama (Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, George Mason University, and co-director of the Project Plaza of the Columns Complex) who will present a 40-minute lecture on the sacred animals, sacred places, and ritualized landscapes at Teotihuacan.
For more information and to reserve tickets visit www.phxart.org
Check out these PBS videos about the native cultures of America! The four part series reaches back 15,000 years of history!
You’ll find interesting information and impressive images of ancient cities. Teotihuacan is mentioned in Episode 3 “Cities of the Sky”.
PBS: Native America