Interview with R. Joe Campbell

From:  Magnus Pharao Hansen, University of Copenhagen

In 2018 I had an interview with Joe that we did after the Friends of Uto-Aztecan meetings in Guadalajara, and which I just published on my blog. It talks about his long career in Nahuatl, and his ongoing Molina project. 

Here is the link:


IDIEZ Virtual Winter Nahuatl Language Course

nstituto de Docencia e Investigación Etnológica de Zacatecas (IDIEZ)

VIII Winter Intensive Modern Nahuatl Language Course (Virtual)

December 28, 2020 to January 8, 2021

Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Levels

5 hours per day of virtual classes, tutoring and conversation practice

Tuesdays and Thursdays: conversations on Nahua practices and customs of Chicontepec

V Colloquium of Nahua Language and Culture Studies

Cost: MN$2000 for Mexican residents; US$380 for residents of other countries

Call for Papers - Entremons Journal of World History

Dear tlamachtiltin,

From the editorial board of Entremons: UPF Journal of World History we invite you to send us an original text for its possible inclusion in the next issue of our journal. Entremons: UPF Journal of World History is an annual publication sponsored by the University Pompeu Fabra and accepts both academic articles and recently published books' reviews about World History.

Nahuatl Fundraising Concert

From John Sullivan:

Nahuatl Fundraising Concert

Support Nahuatl Communities in the COVID-19 Pandemic


The Nahua singer and songwriter, Crispín Martínez Rosas, will offer a virtual concert on December 12 at 8pm Central Time. 

Proceeds will be used to distribute informational audios and posters on COVID-19, prepared in several variants of Nahuatl, as well as face masks and food pantry items, in indigenous communities in Chicontepec, Veracruz, Huejutla, Hidalgo, Atliaca, Guerrero, and Sierra Norte de Puebla. 

Tickets are US$15

Szoblik on Tlacahuepan

Great article just published on Tlacahuepan:

Szoblik, Katarzyna. Traces of the Aztec Cultural Memory Registered in the Sixteenth-Century Songs and Chronicles: the case of Tlacahuepan. The Americas 77:4 (Oct. 2020) Pp. 513-37. (Open Access)

Lectures on Indigenous Mapping in the Americas (1500-1575)

The Library of Congress and Kislak Collection have made a series of three presentations on Indigeneous mapping in the early Americas (1500-1575).  Several of these items will be of interest to scholars of Nahuatl, including the Mapa de Huejotzingo. The lectures are presented by John Hessler, the Kislak Curator at the LoC.

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