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Wyllie Presents at Society for American Archaeology Conference
Cherra Wyllie, associate professor of art history and archaeology, Hillyer College, presented two papers at the Society for American Archaeology 77th Annual Meeting, held April 18-22, 2012, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Wyllie spoke on "Elite Women in the Mural Paintings of Las Higueras, Veracruz" in the symposium "Dressing Up: Power, Dress, Gender, and Representation in the Pre-Columbian Americas." She also presented her work on the "Rio Blanco Ceramics of South-Central Veracruz" in a session on "Mesoamerican Ceramics" in honor of Justin and Barbara Kerr.
Abstracts for both presentations can be found on the SAA website, at http://www.saa.org/.