June 19 - August 3, 2004
The Community College Humanities Association (CCHA) is sponsoring an NEH Summer Institute for twenty-four faculty participants from community and four-year colleges and universities to be held from June 19 to August 3, 2004 on the topic of “Mesoamerica and the Southwest: A New History for An Ancient Land.” This six-week Institute, held on-site in locations in Mexico and in the U.S. Southwest, will enable faculty participants to explore the exciting and rapidly accumulating new collaborative scholarship on the intersections of Mesoamerican and Southwestern studies. Scholars are breaking new ground in cross-border studies of the ancient and on-going connections between the peoples of Mesoamerica and the peoples of the Southwest in terms of religious belief and ceremony, social, political and economic organization, and major artistic traditions.
Dr. Laraine Fletcher
Garden City, N.Y.
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