Events and Announcements

Tulane Maya Symposium 2017

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Maya World Images

Maya World ImagesGeorge Fery a long standing member and lecturer of the Institute of Maya Studies in Miami, Florida and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers, London, U.K. presents


Maya World Images brings you the great past of the Maya and their Neighbors by showing their art, culture and history through photography that, together with field trips spanning over thirty five years, writing about today’s customs and traditions, and interviews with archaeologists working on often remote sites in the gloom of rain forests, will bring the remains of magnificent buildings and works of art, testimonies to outstanding architectural achievements, and the beauty of stones speaking to us from a long lost past.



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Dr Nicholas Hellmuth and FLAAR present "Pericon: another Marigold species for Day of the Dead in November." This beautiful collection of pictures has been prepared for IMS. The report is available by clicking on the image to the left to open in a new window.

Please visit to check out all the FLAAR reports on botanical research in the "Maya area."







President's Message 2016

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Message from the President

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Masterpieces of the Peabody

Harvard University's Peabody Museum has a new online exhibition called "Masterpieces of the Peabody Museum"  Based on a former gallery exhibition, the online exhibition groups selected objects by their geographic origins. The ten artifacts in the "Masterpieces from Mesoamerica" include gold items from Panama, Maya Jade, a Maya wall panel, a vessel from the Puuc region, a carved Peccary Skull from Copan and a Holmul polychrome. Descriptions for the exhibit were written by scholars including Ian Graham, Tatiana Proskouriakoff and Gordon R. Wiley. The Mesoamerica page for the exhibition can be found here.

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thumb APMaudslay_001Pioneers in Maya Archaeology

Biographical sketches of men and women who did much of the early defining
work in Maya studies.

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