Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies

David Stuart


ProfessorPh.D., Vanderbilt University

Linda and David Schele Professor of Mesoamerican Art and Writing, Department of Art and Art History and Department of Anthropology
David Stuart

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Mesoamerican archaeology and epigraphy

Courses


LAS 381 • Mesoamerican Iconography

39833 • Spring 2016
Meets TH 9:30AM-12:30PM ART 3.432
(also listed as ARH 390)

This course offers an in-depth examination of an important topic in the representational art of symbolism of ancient Mesoamerica. No previous exposure or study to Mesoamerican art is required. Our focus this year is the “iconography of periodicity” – that is, the ubiquitous art and symbolism connected with calendar stations and associated ceremonies among the Aztec and Maya. Students will analyze the complex and highly varied imagery associated with these so-called period endings, using case studies that elucidate concepts in Mesoamerican religious belief and ritual practice, including world-renewal, ideologies of kingship, and varieties of royal performance

LAS 327 • Aztec Art And Civilization

39460 • Fall 2015
Meets TTH 2:00PM-3:30PM DFA 2.204
(also listed as ARH 347N)

An introduction to the art, symbolism, and visual culture of the ancient Aztecs. Subjects include the representations of history and mythology in architecture, stone monuments, and pictorial manuscripts.

LAS 381 • Calendar/Ritual In Anc Mesoam

40718 • Spring 2011
Meets M 3:00PM-6:00PM ART 3.432
(also listed as ANT 384M, ARH 390)

Prehistoric cultural developments of a major geographical area; comparative cultural developments in ecologically similar areas.

LIN 391 • Intro Maya Hieroglyph Writing

42345 • Fall 2007
Meets W 12:00PM-3:00PM DFA 4.104

We will survey the syntax of English, and some issues in the semanticinterpretation of English, with the two goals of (i) understanding thestructure of English syntax and (ii) acquiring the basic tools of syntacticanalysis, which can be applied to any language.

Required text:  C. L. Baker, English Syntax.

LIN 391 • Writing Sys In Anc Mesoamerica

42030 • Fall 2006
Meets T 9:00AM-12:00PM DFA 4.104

We will survey the syntax of English, and some issues in the semanticinterpretation of English, with the two goals of (i) understanding thestructure of English syntax and (ii) acquiring the basic tools of syntacticanalysis, which can be applied to any language.

Required text:  C. L. Baker, English Syntax.

LIN 391 • Intro Maya Hieroglyph Writing

40120 • Fall 2005
Meets W 12:00PM-3:00PM ART 3.432

We will survey the syntax of English, and some issues in the semanticinterpretation of English, with the two goals of (i) understanding thestructure of English syntax and (ii) acquiring the basic tools of syntacticanalysis, which can be applied to any language.

Required text:  C. L. Baker, English Syntax.

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  • Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies

    University of Texas at Austin
    SRH 1.310
    2300 Red River Street D0800
    Austin, Texas 78712