Illustrated talk by Anabel Ford, Director of the MesoAmerican Research Center and Associated Anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara
What sustained the great populations of the Ancient Maya in their seemingly inhospitable tropical environment? Anabel Ford addresses this question, and shares findings from her recent pioneering work in Belize and Guatemala, looking at how standards of sustainability are now being set for future generations.
MAYA LECTURE SERIES—This series of lectures explores the world of the Maya people, and how their culture continues to resonate with us today.
||October 18, 2012 - October 18, 2012
|Fees and Booking
||Individual lectures: $10 for Adults and $8 for Members. Lecture package: $25 for Adults and $20 for Members. Please visit the Museum Box Office or call 819 776-7000. Unless otherwise indicated, simultaneous translation (English to French) will be provided.
||Theatre, Canadian Museum of Civilization
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