signs agreement with Mexico, State of New Mexico
Brian Foster recently signed Addenda to the 1994 Agreement with
the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) of
Mexico, the New Mexico State Office of Cultural Affairs and
the Camino Real Project, Inc.
signing points to the importance UNM places on its relationships
and activities between Mexico and state of New Mexico agencies,
four-lateral agreement, signed in 1994, resulted in joint activities
related to the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, the royal road
from Mexico City to Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as archeological
work in New Mexico and in Chihuahua, which has been going on
for more than six years.
to Foster, document signers included, from INAH, Edgardo Garcia
Carillo; for the New Mexico State Office of Cultural Affairs,
Dr. J. Edson Way; and for the Camino Real Project, Inc., Dr.
Gabrielle G. Palmer.
INAH officials, Etnol. Raul Sergio Arroyo Garcia, Director General
and Dr. Moises Rosas, Technical Secretary, will sign the document
later in Mexico City.
past year and a half, representatives from all four participating
institutions have met, worked and produced 11 projects included
in the signed document. Several UNM entities were involved in
the projects, including the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology,
Department of Anthropology, College of Education, Latin American
and Iberian Institute through its work with the Camino Real
Project, UNM General Library and others.