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Come hang out with me and other podcasters at Sound Education in Boston, Oct. 9-12, 2019. For information and tickets, visit soundeducation.fm. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/historyofindigenousamerica)History of Indigenous America による
 
We return to our story by taking a few steps back in time, learning more about the Mayas who came before the K'iche's. Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/historyofindigenousamerica Follow the show on Twitter! @Indigenous_Hist Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/historyofindigenousamerica)…
 
First, I'll introduce you to what this podcast is all about. After that, I'll give you a sneak peek of the next few episodes—a history of the relatively little-known K'iche' people. Be sure to support this show by helping us at patreon.com/historyofindigenousamerica and by telling your friends about it. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/his…
 
Lecture on how the Maya could have affected their own climate.
 
Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian AndesThe seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritu…
 
Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian AndesThe seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritu…
 
This podcast provides an historical overview of musical ritual in Mexico City, starting with Mesoamerican music in relation to ceremonies of state, ending with the quintessential Mexican music: mariachi.Mark Pedelty completed research in Mexico City concerning music in ritual contexts. Musical Ritual in Mexico City: From the Aztec to NAFTA, was pub…
 
Dr. Fabian Garcia devoted his life to horticultural science. His work as a horticulturist changed the face of New Mexico agriculture, and that of a nation. Garcia was a member of New Mexico State University's first graduating class in 1894. When he became the director of New Mexico State University's Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Se…
 
This podcast provides an historical overview of musical ritual in Mexico City, starting with Mesoamerican music in relation to ceremonies of state, ending with the quintessential Mexican music: mariachi.Mark Pedelty completed research in Mexico City concerning music in ritual contexts. Musical Ritual in Mexico City: From the Aztec to NAFTA, was pub…
 
Noche de Candela - September 15, 2006"Noches de Candela" poetic vigils are a series of literary events aimed at invoking the Oshun-Chango spirit to produce a major "Rumba in San Juan de Ulua" fortress in Veracruz, Mexico summer 2007 where humanists are to meet to pay homage to the African ancestors through their song and witnessing. San Juan de Ulu…
 
Noche de Candela - September 15, 2006"Noches de Candela" poetic vigils are a series of literary events aimed at invoking the Oshun-Chango spirit to produce a major "Rumba in San Juan de Ulua" fortress in Veracruz, Mexico summer 2007 where humanists are to meet to pay homage to the African ancestors through their song and witnessing. San Juan de Ulu…
 
Noche de Candela - September 15, 2006"Noches de Candela" poetic vigils are a series of literary events aimed at invoking the Oshun-Chango spirit to produce a major "Rumba in San Juan de Ulua" fortress in Veracruz, Mexico summer 2007 where humanists are to meet to pay homage to the African ancestors through their song and witnessing. San Juan de Ulu…
 
J. Lorand Matory Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies Harvard University Cambridge, MAThursday, September 28, 2006 5:30 p.m. Breedlove Room, Perkins Library, Duke UniversityTitle: An African Empire in the Americas: Transnational Yoruba Religion and the Twilight of Andersonian Teleology…
 
J. Lorand Matory Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies Harvard University Cambridge, MAThursday, September 28, 2006 5:30 p.m. Breedlove Room, Perkins Library, Duke UniversityTitle: An African Empire in the Americas: Transnational Yoruba Religion and the Twilight of Andersonian Teleology…
 
J. Lorand Matory Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies Harvard University Cambridge, MAThursday, September 28, 2006 5:30 p.m. Breedlove Room, Perkins Library, Duke UniversityTitle: An African Empire in the Americas: Transnational Yoruba Religion and the Twilight of Andersonian Teleology…
 
Don Mariano Leyva Dominquez (QEPD),Los Mascarones y Teatro ChicanoLos Mascarones became the most well known and respected theatre group in Mexico, largely because of the political content of its work, but also because it played a major role in developing linkages with like-minded groups in the United States and across Latin America. It was founded …
 
Genealogia de Guatemala
 
Original Poetry by Diego Davalos
 
Original Poetry by Diego Davalos
 
Jean A. Stuntz received her PhD in History from the University of North Texas. In 2001 she joined the faculty of West Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University where she teaches Spanish Borderlands, Texas, US Women's, and Mexican American history. Her first book, Hers, His, and Theirs: Community Property Law in Spain and Early Texas (Lubbock: Te…
 
"Rethinking Malinche Part 02" by Dr. Frances Karttunen, Ph.D. from Indian Women of Early Mexico, edited by Susan Schroeder, Stephanie Wood, and Robert Haskett. Copyright 1997 by the University of Oklahoma Press, All rights reserved. This audio file has been created by permission of the Publisher for podcasting from this website only and is permitte…
 
"Rethinking Malinche Part 01" by Dr. Frances Karttunen, Ph.D. from Indian Women of Early Mexico, edited by Susan Schroeder, Stephanie Wood, and Robert Haskett. Copyright 1997 by the University of Oklahoma Press, All rights reserved. This audio file has been created by permission of the Publisher for podcasting from this website only and is permitte…
 
Esteban Valdes Salazar is the municipal historian ("cronista") of the municipality of Totatiche, Jalisco. He was born in Totatiche and as an adult moved to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, where he worked as a verger in one of the local parishes. It was there that his interest in genealogy and historical research began after he was exposed to the disciplines…
 
Mark Guerrero (http://www.MarkGuerrero.com) Mark has recorded with Harry Nilsson, performed with Eric Burdon, sung background vocals on Los Lobos' "Papas Dream" album, and in 2003 performed as a member of the legendary Chicano/Native-American band, Redbone.
 
Mark Guerrero (http://www.MarkGuerrero.com) Mark has recorded with Harry Nilsson, performed with Eric Burdon, sung background vocals on Los Lobos' "Papas Dream" album, and in 2003 performed as a member of the legendary Chicano/Native-American band, Redbone.
 
>"My Grandmother Would Rock Quietly and Hum" by Leonard Adame read by Margarita Vallazza is a poem from the Chicano anthology From the Barrio, edited by Luis Omar Salinas and Lillian Faderman and published in 1973 by Canfield Press, a Department of Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. Margarita Vallazza can be contacted at: TeaCozyGran@kc.rr.com…
 
The poem, "The Other Pioneers," by Roberto Felix Salazar read by Margarita Vallazza, is from an anthology of Mexican American literature entitled We Are Chicanos. This book was compiled and edited by Philip D. Ortega, Ph. D., and published by Washington Square Press in 1973. Margarita Vallazza can be contacted at: TeaCozyGran@kc.rr.com…
 
I am so happy to introduce Paulette Atencio to the Nuestra Familia Unida podcast. Paulette is a Professional Story Teller and published author. Her webpage: http://www.pauletteatencio.com
 
I am so happy to introduce Paulette Atencio to the Nuestra Familia Unida podcast. Paulette is a Professional Story Teller and published author. Her webpage: http://www.pauletteatencio.com
 
This Podcast was conducted by Bazooka Joe of the Small World Podcast. Please visit his site to find many many high quality inteviews on a variety of topics. http://www.smallworldpodcast.com Interview with Dr. Dona De Sanctis of the Order Sons of Italy in America about the Columbus: Fact vs. Fiction report which presents a series of documented facts…
 
The Engadgets Podcast is usually about technical reviews of different electronic "gadgets." On show #18 they stepped off the path of truth and onto the path of the erroneous mainstream teaching by repeating that it was "ONLY THE FRENCH" that came to the assistance of the United States in the Revolutionary War. Listen to Lila Guzman PhD. refute this…
 
'The Grass Widow of the North' is a title that is analogous to a hunting and gathering culture where the men of a tribe or village go hunting and their wives/women stay in a temporary communal hut...married women but without their men. Such women were known as "grass widows." When the hunters triumphantly return with their "trophies" of flesh, ther…
 
I am very happy to introduce Richard Fusick Archivist in the Public Land Records department at the National Archives. Archivist Fusick presents a great presentation on Public Land Records and what records NARA has and doesn't have. As for Spanish Land Records Archivist Fusick gives information on the limited records that NARA owns and other places …
 
I am very pleased to introduce Professor George Ryskamp, Jurist Doctor Accredited Genealogist. Professor Ryskamp has been an Associate Professor of History at Brigham Young University since 1993 after many years as an Attorney at Law in private practice in Riverside, California. His keynote presentation at the Hispanic Family History Symposium was …
 
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