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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 $80 for 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
- Alexander Geurds, PhD, Oxford University & Leiden University, Netherlands
- Annabeth Headrick, PhD, University of Denver
- John Hoopes, PhD, University of Kansas
- Rosemary Joyce, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
- William Keegan, PhD, Curator, Florida Museum of Natural History
- Heather McKillop, PhD, Louisiana State University
- Reniel Rodriguez, PhD, University of Puerto Rico, Utuado
- Silvia Salgado, PhD, University of Costa Rica
- Erin Stone, PhD, University of West Florida
- Thomas Wake, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
- Lawrence Waldron, PhD, The City University of New York
The 2019 Mayer Center Symposium was organized by Victoria I. Lyall, PhD, and sponsored by the Mayer Center for Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial 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.