Call 720-913-0130, or buy online.
A two-day symposium focused on the ancient American communities that resided around and within the Caribbean Sea.
Symposium sessions run from 10 am to 5:30 pm on Friday, 10 am-7 pm on Saturday; doors open at 9 am.
Tickets are $70 for Museum Friends, $80 for DAM members, $90 for nonmembers, $20 for students with current ID.
Those unable to attend the whole symposium can purchase a ticket for the Saturday night reception and keynote address by John Hoopes, PhD, University of Kansas.
Natalia Donner, PhD candidate (Leiden University, Netherlands)
Sherds as Palimpsests: The Challenges of Narrating the Vibrant Ceramic Chronology of Central Nicaragua
Alexander Geurds, PhD (Leiden University, Netherlands)
The Invisible Caribbean Sea: On Leaping Ballgames and Consequential Comparison
Annabeth Headrick, PhD (University of Denver)
What You Can Do When the Boys Bring Home the Gold: The Effects of Trade At Chichen Itza
Rosemary Joyce, PhD (University of California, Berkeley)
Cosmopolitan Fringes: Honduras in the Caribbean World
William Keegan, PhD (Curator, Florida Museum of Natural History)
The Enigmatic Bahamas
Heather McKillop, PhD (Louisiana State University)
The Ancient Maya of Belize in the Circum-Caribbean Region
Reniel Rodriguez, PhD (University of Puerto Rico, Utuado)
Multi-scalar Entanglements in the Precolonial Caribbean
Emma Slayton, PhD (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA)
Silvia Salgado, PhD (University of Costa Rica)
Deep History of the Caribbean region: The Site of Nuevo Corinto
Erin Stone, PhD (University of West Florida)
Sources and Significance of the Colonial Caribbean: The Gateway to the Americas
Thomas Wake, PhD (University of California, Los Angeles)
A Pre-European Archaeology of Greater Bocas del Toro, Southwestern Caribbean
Lawrence Waldron, PhD (The City University of New York)
Unforgetting Islands: Continuities Across Two Thousand Years of Pre-Columbian Caribbean Art
The 2019 Mayer Center Symposium was organized by Victoria I. Lyall, PhD, and sponsored by the Frederick and Jan Mayer Center for Ancient and Latin American Art.
Image: Nuevo atlas o teatro de todo el mundo en el qual se contienen los mapas y descripciones de España, Asia, Africa y America Material cartográfico, 1656. Stapleton Rare Book Collection at the Denver Art Museum.