Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

MARI Brown Bag: Maxime Lamoureux St. Hilaire "Changes and Continuities at the La Corona Regal Palace during the Late-Late Classic Period"

October 2nd, 2015
12:00 PM

Location
Dinwiddie Hall
Room 305

MARI is pleased to announce the 4th Brown Bag talk of the 2015-2016 school year. Maxime Lamoureux St. Hilaire, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Tulane University, will present a talk on his recent research on the ancient Maya of the Peten region of Guatemala in a talk entitled “Changes and Continuities at the La Corona Regal Palace during the Late-Late Classic Period.”

M.A.R.I.‘€˜s Brown Bag talk series is meant to provide a venue for students and faculty focusing on topics related to Mesoamerica to discuss their latest research in an informal and friendly setting. If you are interested in presenting, please email Marcello Canuto (mcanuto@tulane.edu) for more information. For the current speaker list of this talk series, please click here.

Please remember to bring your lunch!

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