Anastasia Kalyuta, A Kislak Fellow in American Studies to give lecture: "Who really owned the estate in the place of "Place of Dog Tail"?: Land Tenure Patterns among the Pre-Hispanic Aztec Nobility in the late 15th-early 16th centuries”
Dr. Kalyuta’s lecture will focus on comparative analysis of land tenure and related practices of inheritance, land distribution and exploitation among Aztec nobility on the eve of Spanish conquest and aftermath. The lecture will explore distinctions of elite land tenure in two main centers of Aztec empire-Tenochtitlan and Tetzcoco" A native of Saint Petersburg Russia, Dr. Kalyuta studied at Saint Petersburg State University and the Institute of Anthropology and Ethnology of the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow. She has conducted field studies in Mexico City through the Institute of Anthropological Investigations at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has held several fellowships including a Fulbright fellowship and a fellowship at the Dumbarton Oaks.
Thursday, January 26, at 12:00 PM
Location: LJ 119, Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First St. S.E., Washington DC
For more information, contact the Kluge Center at (202) 707-3302. Request ASL and ADA accommodations five days in advance at 202-707-6362 or ADA@loc.gov.
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