UNAM and King’s have had significant joint research experience in areas such as political sciences, Brazilian studies, Latin American studies, public health, chemistry, migration, dentistry, cancer research and others.

What’s so colourful about death?

24 November 2021 It is well known that Mexico used to be a country colonized by the Spaniards, not only politically, but also spiritually. Fortunately, the Mesoamerican culture was so…

The Legend of the Suns

27 October 2021 The Mexica Empire existed between 1375 and 1521. Although there were towns that refused to submit to the Mexica, Tenochtitlan was the strongest state in this part…

A Mexican Flutist in London: My Story

17 September 2021 It all started in elementary school. I remember playing the recorder -the instrument that most Mexicans “learn” to play in elementary schools. My fascination with such an…

Felids in pre-Hispanic Mayan art

15 September 2021 By Jorge Alberto Hernández Sánchez On September 15th, 2021, this lecture about the influence of felids in Pre-Hispanic art took place, hosted by Dr. Carlos Rafael Castillo…

The bat in the Mesoamerican context

1 September 2021 On Wednesday, September 1, began the second module of the webinar Tlaloc, the Jaguar and the Serpent: Art and Archeology in indigenous America. The aim of this…

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