3-0805
CONSTRUCTING, DECONSTRUCTING, AND RECONSTRUCTING SOCIAL IDENTITY: 2,000 YEARS OF MONUMENTALITY IN TEOTIHUACAN AND CHOLULA
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Reviewed By: Archaeology Division
Thursday, November 15, 2012: 1:45 PM-5:30 PM

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Organizers:  Saburo Sugiyama (Aichi Prefectural University)
Chairs:  Saburo Sugiyama (Aichi Prefectural University)
Discussants:  Alejandro Sarabia Gonzalez (Teotihuacan Archaeological Zone)
2:00 PM
The Discovery and Exploration of Tunnel UNDER the Temple of the Feathered Serpent In Teotihuacan: Preliminary Research and First Results
Sergio Gomez Chavez (Instituto Nacional de Antropologí e Historia and Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia)
2:15 PM
Symbolism, Materialization, and Procurement: An Analysis of Obsidian Artifacts From Teotihuacan Monuments
Shigeru Kabata (Aichi Prefectural University) and Yuta Chiba (Aichi Prefectural University)
2:45 PM
Discussant
Alejandro Sarabia Gonzalez (Teotihuacan Archaeological Zone)
3:00 PM
In the Shadow of the Pyramids: Postclassic Teotihuacan
Deborah L Nichols (Dartmouth College)
3:30 PM
Discussion
3:45 PM
Break
4:00 PM
Building the Tlachihualtepetl: The Social and Ideological Foundations of Cholula's Great Pyramid
Gabriela Uruñuela (Universidad de las Americas Puebla), Patricia Plunket (Universidad de las Americas Puebla) and Amparo Robles (Universidad de las Americas Puebla)
5:00 PM
Discussion
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