A presentation of the English translation of the book “El Calendario Maya” by its author, Raúl Mendoza Alcocer.
Learn to speak with your neighbors. A short presentation by Francisco Gonzalo Segovia Gardenas de la Selva (Pako) demonstrating basic Maya conversational tools.
For his latest tote bag, Paris fashion designer Christian Louboutin traveled to the Yucatán Peninsula.
Recent advancements in archeological technology will be behind a three-year study of Yucatán’s Puuc region.
Watch reenactments of this ancient tradition with costumed players at the Cathedral every Friday.
While renovations creep along at the old Hotel Mérida, a Mayan relic it once displayed will be loaned to the Palacio Cantón for an exhibit.
Cracks, fissures and even some detached elements are signs of wear after countless years of exposure to both the elements and to tourists.
Otomi prints appears on throw pillows at Pottery Barn. A French designer lifts the look created by the indigenous Mixe community in Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec, Oaxaca. And in Yucatán, there is a move afoot to protect traditional embroidery from copycats. Public policy needs to protect the work of local craftsmen from being devalued, said Yucatecan anthropologist […]
Nearly 300 Mayan archaeological sites, some obscure and some famous, are tracked on this amazing interactive Google map that demonstrates how much remains to be explored.
A professor from the U.S. told fellow Mayanists in Izamal that that fears of terrorism in today’s world connect with what ancient civilizations encountered years ago.