Aztecs

Rejuvenating Nahuatl Scholarship in the 21st Century

February 27, 2019
4:00 pmto6:00 pm

A Presentation by Dra. Lidi a E. Gómez García
Wednesday, February 27, 4-6 pm, 375 McKenzie Hall

Ethnohistorian Lidia  E. Gómez García (Benemérita Universidad de Puebla, Mexico), will  speak  about colonial manuscript production (alphabetic and pictorial) by Nahuas, the ethnic group that included the Aztecs,  during roughly three centuries, from 1540 to 1830. She will discuss how Nahua scholars have become engaged in the serious study of these fascinating indigenous-language manuscripts, thousands of which survive to this day.  

Sponsored by the Departments of History and Romance Languages, Latin American Studies, and the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies.

 

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