7018 Plum St.
Registration & Check-in
Light breakfast and coffee provided.
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Marcello Canuto, Director, Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University
Ceren's Subsistence Surprises
Payson Sheets, University of Colorado, Boulder
Spicy, Sweet, Weedy, and Wild: Ancient Maya Cuisine as Told by the Archaeobotanical Record
Clarissa Cagnato, Université Paris 1 - Panthéon-Sorbonne
Maya Culinary Realms and Mesoamerican Use and Exchange of Cacao
Kathryn Sampeck, Illinois State University and Harvard University
Tobacco Before the Dark Age of the Marlboro Man
Jennifer Loughmiller-Cardinal, SUNY Albany
Lunch will be served in Dinwiddie Hall, 1st floor
6823 St. Charles Ave.
Eating, Isotopes, and the Ancient Maya
Lori Wright, Texas A&M University
Where the Wild Things Were: Animals in Ancient Maya Diet, Economy, and Exchange
Erin Thornton, Washington State University
Maya Food Justice and the Memory of Meals
Chelsea Fisher, Washington and Lee University
God Food: Ritual Alimentation of Ch'orti' Deities
Kerry Hull, Brigham Young University
6330 St Charles Ave.