Historias 65 – Khristin Landry Montes and Paula Karger on the Maya

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Dr. Khristin Landry Montes, assistant professor of Art History at Cornell College,  and Paula Karger, doctoral candidate in comparative literature at the University of Toronto, join Steven Hyland for the first of two deep dives on the Maya. The discussion centers on Mayan cultural forms, including cosmology and origin stories, and sociopolitical organization and trade prior to the arrival of the Spanish and into the colonial era.

Historias 65 – The Maya (part 1)


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