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Patricia McAnany

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Imagining a Maya Archaeology That Is Anthropological and Attuned to Indigenous Cultural Heritage

Friday Oct 16, 12-2:30 pm (CST)

Article Discussion with author Dr. Patricia McAnany and moderated by Dr. Markus Eberl.

We ask participants to read the article before attending the seminar. You can find Dr. McAnany’s paper in the link here.

Dr. Patricia McAnanyDr. Patricia McAnonyDr. McAnany is Kenan Eminent Professor of Anthropology at the Department of Anthropology; University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, is a Maya archaeologist who has conducted field research and cultural heritage programs through the Maya region. Her professional interests include the intersection of ritual and economy, ancestor veneration, the creation and abandonment of place, and the cross-threading of cultural heritage with indigenous identities. She founded the Maya Area Cultural Heritage Initiative and co-founded InHerit: Indigenous Heritage Passed to Present (