6-0255 TRAVELER'S LOG: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE of MIGRATION AND TRAVEL in MESOAMERICA
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Reviewed By: Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Sunday, November 24, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Katherine A Miller (Arizona State University) and Alexandre A Tokovinine (Harvard University)
Chairs:  Katherine A Miller (Arizona State University) and Alexandre A Tokovinine (Harvard University)
Discussants:  Andrew Scherer (Department of Anthropology, Brown University)
8:00 AM
Historical Linguistics’ Contribution to Reconstructing Early Migration Patterns of Ch’olan Speakers
Kerry Hull (Brigham Young University and Brigham Young University)
8:15 AM
Migrating Languages: Nawa Goes to El Salvador
Danny Law (University of Texas at Austin)
8:45 AM
A Migrating Theme: Cattails As Symbols of Distant Origins
Cameron L McNeil (Lehman College, City University of New York)
9:30 AM
Break
9:45 AM
Teotihuacanos in the Maya Lowlands: Memories From the East
Francisco Estrada Belli (Tulane University) and Alexandre A Tokovinine (Harvard University)
10:00 AM
Migration and Ethnogenesis of the Itza Maya At Tayasal, Guatemala
Yuko Shiratori (The Graduate Center, City University of New York)
10:30 AM
Constructing the Honduran Ch’orti’ Maya in Present Copán
Fredy R Rodriguez Mejia (Michigan State University)
11:00 AM
Discussant
Andrew Scherer (Department of Anthropology, Brown University)
11:15 AM
Discussion
11:30 AM
Discussion