David Carrasco

David Carrasco delivers the Harvard Divinity School Convocation Address in front of an image of "Boxcar" by George Yepes. Davíd Lee Carrasco is a Mexican-American academic historian of religion, anthropologist, and Mesoamericanist scholar. As of 2001 he holds the inaugural appointment as Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of Latin America Studies at the Harvard Divinity School, in a joint appointment with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences' Department of Anthropology at Harvard University. Carrasco previously taught at the University of Colorado, Boulder and Princeton University and is known for his research and extensive publications on Mesoamerican religion and history, his public speaking as well as wider contributions within Latin American studies and Latino/a studies. He has made powerful critical statements about Latino contributions to US democracy in public dialogues with Cornel West, Toni Morrison, and Samuel P. Huntington. His work is known primarily for his illuminating writings on the ways human societies orient themselves with sacred places. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 2008
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 1999
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by Carrasco, David,
Published 2014
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 1990
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (MRTdb)7047, (RMCdb)153492)
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 1998
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 1982
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 1998
...Carrasco, David. Daily life of the Aztecs....
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 2011
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 1990
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (MHCdb)5210)
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by Carrasco, David.
Published 2012
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)3922362)
Book Electronic
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