- Latino Migration Project
The materials listed below are prepared and made available by the UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American & Caribbean Studies.
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By Robert W. Blair and Refugio Vermont Salas
Book I, Lessons 1-6 and accompanying CDs: $75
Book I, Lessons 7-12 and accompanying CDs: $75
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Tape $20; CD $30
This audio tape or CD and accompanying written text for beginners in the Yucatec Maya language provide strong suport in mastering the spoken language. The Mayan language practice materials include conversations, vocabulary, cultural information and songs. The tape offers an excellent learning opportunity for persons travelling to the Yucatán peninsula and northern Belize as well as those who are fascinated by the language and have decided to pursue it further. This was produced by Bob Howren, Barbara MacLeod, Jerry Markatos, Sharon Mújica, R. Vermont Salas and Gretchen Whalen. Chapel Hill 1995.
VHS $45; DVD $60
The 60-minute video, produced by the Consortium in Yucatec Maya is a great tool for use in anthropology, language and folklore classes as well as for those wishing to know and understand more about the Mayan people. This film is available in Yucatec Maya with subtitles in English or Spanish. New Release, 2004.
This is a set of 100 colorful flashcards to assist in learning the Yucatec Maya language. Appropriate for children and adults like. Chapel Hill, 2002.
The papers of cartographer John P. O’Neill of the Carnegie Institute project at Chichén Itza, 1932-1933. The family of John P. O’Neill has asked the Yucatec Maya Program of the UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American & Caribbean Studies to make these papers available to anyone wishing to read them.
Click here for a list of films on or about Mesoamerica that are available through the outreach office.