Co-Researching and Authoring Across National Borders, Part III: by Andrae Marak and Laura Tuennerman

Research Corner

I am pleased to conclude our three-part series on both how scholars can collaborate to increase their research output and on transnational work on the U.S.-Mexican borderlands. If you missed the first or second post, please check them out.

ANN: YouTube lectures on Indigenous Mapping 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.

Part 1:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTcssVh5E6g&feature=emb_logo

Part 2:

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.

Part 1:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTcssVh5E6g&feature=emb_logo

Part 2:

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