MESOAMERICA LINKS

 

 

 

 

 

Mike Ruggeri's Maya Archaeology News and Links           excellent links and useful news items

 

Mike Ruggeri's Ancient America and Mesoamerica News and Links

http://community-2.webtv.net/Topiltzin-2091/MIKERUGGERISANCIENT

 

http://www.public.iastate.edu/~rjsalvad/scmfaq/faqindex.html       Faq for newsgroup  soc.culture.Mexican

                                    has greeting in Spanish, English, Yucatec, Nahuatl, and Zapotec

 

 

 

 

Rancho Santa Maria Links      Has many Mesoamerica links

 

 

 

ATLAS of INDIGENOUS GROUPS in Mexico

 

http://www.ini.gob.mx/           INI homepage – has indigenous groups and info about them

 

Guaycura  (extinct group in Baja California)    an online book that can be ordered hard-copy

 

Afro-Mexicans en la Costa Chica de Oaxaca

 

Enciclopedia de Municipios de Mexico, Oaxaca

 

Enciclopedia de Municipios de Mexico

 

The Rosetta Project        Bachajon Tzeltal as an example

 

 

 

 

Rape as an instrument of war in the Mexican struggle          self explanatory

 

Zapatista Net of Autonomy and Liberation

 

FZLN Zapatista Front of National Liberation

 

Grassroots Activist Groups   mostly Oaxaca

 

 

MESOAMERICAN  LINKS

 

MALDP    Project for the Documentation of the Languages of Mesoamerica (PDLMA):  This site presents the aims, history, and results of research by the Project.  It includes an online database.

Maya Lexical Database   search  (Dienhart)

SIL Guatemala Ethnologue       Summer Institute of Linguistics

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Mesoamerica

Mesoamerican Image Links

Languages in Latin America    (LANIC)

 

DICTIONARIES

Oluta Popoluca

San Miguel Chimalapa Zoque   

Tzeltal

Nahuatl      very basic, accompanied by a basic grammar

Chorti

Cholti

Huastec

GRAMMARS

Tzotzil

 

SOCIOLINGUISTIC PAPERS

Mayan Languages and the Effect of Radio Broadcasting  Pt. 1   Pt 2  Pt 3

 

GENERAL

Guatemala  (by categories, information and links)

 

CHIAPAS AND GUATEMALA

Chiapas 95 Archives

EZLN  communiques

 

MAYA GROUPS

MAM   

       Bob Sitler's Todos Santos Cuchumatán    go to site, click on Todos Santos

TZELTAL

       Stuart Robinson's Tzeltal pages and links      to be updated