El equipo de investigadores del proyecto Multepal mantiene un activo ritmo de trabajo. Aquí mencionamos algunas actividades recientes, organizadas por año:
Aj Xol Héctor Rolando. "Significados de 'tiempo' en el Popol Wuj." Invited lecture, University of Virginia Mellon Indigenous Arts Initiative. Charlottesville, VA (Zoom), November 12, 2020. Watch the video here (passcode: 2@K+#nQQ).
Catherine Addington, Karina A. Baptista, Rafael C. Alvarado, and Allison Margaret Bigelow. “Decolonizing the Digital Humanities: Remediating the Popol Wuj.” Transformative Digital Humanities: Challenges and Opportunities, edited by Mary Balkun and Martha Deyrup (New York: Routledge, 2020), 7-17.
Allison Margaret Bigelow and Rafael C. Alvarado. “Digital Resources: Multepal, Mesoamerican Studies, and the Popol Wuj.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. Oxford University Press. Article published June 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780199366439.013.799.
Aldo Barriente, "Indigenous Literatures of the Americas: A CTS Implementation of the Popol Wuj, the Maya K’iche’ Book of Creation." Undergradaute Research Symposium, April 15, 2020. University of Virginia. (Cancelled because of COVID-19)
Allison Bigelow, "Multepal: A Thematic Research Collection about the Popol Wuj." Mellon Indigenous Arts Fellows Symposium, February 7, 2020. University of Virginia.
Aldo Barriente, "Indigenous Literatures of the Americas: a digitally annotated edition of the Popol Wuj, the Maya K’iche’ Book of Creation." Undergradaute Research Symposium, April 9, 2020. University of Virginia.
Allison Bigelow, “Technical Literacies and Data Sovereignty: Some Problems in the History of Science and the Digital Humanities.” The Dialectic of Private and Public Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (UCLA), Los Angeles, April 12, 2019.
Allison Bigelow, “Documenting Indigenous Knowledges in a World of Data Sovereignty: Challenges Across Time and Media in the History of Science and Digital Humanities.” University of North Carolina-Asheville, March 1, 2019. (The visit included a guest lecture on the Popol Wuj in "Humanities 214: Communities and Selves, 300-1700," taught by Professor Evan Gurney).
Digital Decolonizations: Remediating the Popol Wuj (conference panel PS 24). DH 2018, Mexico City, June 2018. Papers by Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros, Will Hansen, Allison Bigelow and Rafael Alvarado, Karina Baptista, and Catherine Addington. Papers, slides, and youtube presentations available here.
Allison Bigelow, “Technical Literacies and Data Sovereignty: Documenting and Remediating Indigenous Knowledges in Mesoamerica and the Andes.” John Carter Brown Library Fellow’s Talk, Providence, RI, March 21, 2018.
Allison Bigelow, “Technical Literacies and Data Sovereignty: Documenting and Remediating Indigenous Knowledges in Mesoamerica and the Andes.” Indigenous Material and Visual Cultures Working Group, Center for 17th- and 18th-Century Studies, UCLA, Los Angeles, February 21, 2018.