National Endowment for the Humanities   Adelphi Univeristy
2022 NEH Summer Institute Opportunity

Worlds in Collision:

Nahua and Spanish Pictorial Histories and Annals in 16th-Century Mexico

A National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute
for 26 College Faculty participants
to be held at Adelphi University June 9 to June 30, 2022
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Visiting Scholars


Welcome Letter from Project Directors

Institute Daily Schedule
Institute Visiting Scholars
Intellectual Grounding
Lodging and Institute Stipend
How to Apply
Online Mexican Codices
Participant Eligibility
Principles of Civility
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Project Co-Directors:
Dr. Laraine Fletcher
Adelphi University, Anthropology, emerita,

Dr. George Scheper
Senior Lecturer, Advanced Academic Programs, The Johns Hopkins University,

Project Manager:
Mary Cortina
Director, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Rolena Adorno
(Sterling Professor of Spanish, Yale University)

Frances F. Berdan
(Professor emerita, Anthropology, California State University, San Bernardino);

Amber Brian
(Director of the Latin American Studies Program, University of Iowa);

Lori Boornazian Diel
(Professor of Art History, Texas Christian University);

Jeanne L. Gillespie
(Co-Director of the Center for American Indian Research and Study, University of Southern Mississippi);

Dana Leibsohn
(Alice Pratt Brown Professor of Art, Smith College);

Barbara Mundy
(Martha and Donald Robertson Chair in Latin American Art, Tulane University);

Matthew Restall
(Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Colonial Latin American History & Anthropology, Penn State University);

Kevin Terraciano
(Professor of History and Director of the Latin American Institute & Co-Chair of the Latin American Studies Graduate Program, UCLA);

Stephanie Wood
(Director and Senior Research Associate of Wired Humanities Projects, Center for Equity Promotion, College of Education, University of Oregon).

“Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.”