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Time, History and Ritual in a K’iche’ Community
This work analyzes ritual practices and knowledge related to the Mesoamerican calendar with the aim of contributing to the understanding of the use and conceptualization of this calendar system in the contemporary K’iche’ community of Momostenango, in the Highlands of Guatemala.
Time and persistence
Contemporary Maya Calendars
The Nahua-Tlaxcalteca Calendar during the colonial period and the contemporary perception of time in Santa Catarina (Acaxochitlan, Hidalgo, México)
How was time understood during the colonial period by Tlaxcaltecan Naua communities? What is the relationship between time, spirituality and ritual in the present-day Naua community of Santa Catarina? What does this tell us about the strengths and values of Indigenous heritage and about the impact of
Tiempo, Religión y Discursos Sagrados del Pueblo Ayuuk
Time, Religion and Sacred Discourses of the Ayuuk People
Time and memory
A study concerning the collective memory in the region of the Bene lo Ya/ Ene lo I'ya, Sierra Norte, Oaxaca.
ERC grant for Maarten Jansen
The European Research Council has awarded an Advanced Grant to Prof. dr. Maarten E.R.G.N. Jansen for the research project "Time in Intercultural Context: The Indigenous Calendars of Mexico and Guatemala".
Araceli Rojas presents her book to Mexican communities
On November 25, Dr Araceli Rojas presented her book El tiempo y la sabiduría: un calendario sagrado entre los ayöök de Oaxaca. The event took place in the Central Public Library of the State of Oaxaca, in the heart of Oaxaca City, at 7 pm.
Film funded with ERC grant in premiere at Mexican film festival
The feature drama film In Times of Rain will have its world premiere at the Guanajuato International Film Festival (#GIFF 2018) in Mexico. The film is a result of the Leiden University project ‘Time in lntercultural Context’, funded by the European Research Council.