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Amerind Online Lecture: Metalwork in West Mexico: Interaction Between Mesoamerica and the American Southwest with José Luis Punzo Díaz, PhD
Jun 20 2020 - 11:00am
Free Online Lecture
Metalwork in West Mexico: Interaction Between Mesoamerica and the American Southwest with José Luis Punzo Díaz, PhD
Saturday, June 20, 2020, 11:00 am
This talk will present the development of metalwork in west Prehispanic Mexico and the spread of this technology in different areas. Dr. Punzo Díaz will also consider the presence of different metal objects into the north of Mexico and the American Southwest in order to understand one of the most important and clear links between this two important cultural areas.
Dr. José Luis Punzo Díaz works for Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History at their center in Michoacán. He has done extensive archaeological research in northern Mexico and served as a prior director of the museum at Paquimé: El Museo de las Culturas del Norte.