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Mexico City's Landmarks: Memorial to Cuauhtemoc

This is a Memorial to honor Cuauhtemoc and the warriors who fought in defense of their homeland against Spanish conquerors. It is located at the intersection of two of the most important avenues in Mexico City, Paseo de la Reforma and Insurgentes. 45 more words

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The Mixiote: An Indigenous Culinary Delight

I began my second quarter century on this rock on March 30, and on Saturday the 29th we had a party at my house here in… 1,308 more words

Travel

Hello, I have been on a week long break from the university and have had the time to read two non-school related books.  The first was  835 more words

Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

PWe embarked from our hostel on the Zocalo via the Mexico City metro. Three transfers and 30 minutes later we arrived at La Villa de Guadalupe, or as the area is known to the locals, La Villa. 318 more words

Adventure

Guest Blog: Thoughts on Aztec Philosophy | The Archaeology of Tomb Raider

Only on The Archaeology of Tomb Raider, “Guest Blog: Thoughts on Aztec Philosophy”

I have a pretty wide array of interests. In college, I was always more happy to take electives than I was to take courses that “mattered.” That led me to take a lot of classes on religion, history, linguistics, and science. 234 more words

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International conference in Wilamowice, Poland, June 11-13

We would like to help our colleagues at Revitalizing Endangered Languages spread the word out about their upcoming conference. The event takes place in Wilamowice, Poland, from June 11th to 13th, 2014. 448 more words

Endangered Language Activism

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Ya wejkawitl in topueblo oyeka oksé tlamantle.

Oyeka wejweyi kuawyoj iwan okatkaj miekej okuilimej, oyekaj koyomej, pesojtin, mapachimej, tlakomistin, kuawkochimej iwan oksekimej miekej.

In kalmej mach miekej oyekaj, santlapoaltin.

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