Published: Thu, February 23, 2017
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The Nahuatl Language of the Aztecs


NAHUAT-L is an unmoderated discussion list which will focus on Aztec studies in general and the Aztec language, Nahuatl, in particular. Scholars interested in beginning projects will find the list useful in determining if others are already working in a particular field. The list may also be used to answer questions about Nahuatl translations, historical details, and all aspects of Aztec life and culture. Anthropologists, archeologists, linguists, historians, and all interested in the Aztecs, are welcome to participate.

The languages ​​of the list will be English and Spanish, although scholars are encouraged to submit pieces in Nahuatl. The list will be used as a primary means of publishing the guide to Aztec language manuscripts which was begun in Náhuatl Culture Studies.

The owner hopes to develop an FTP directory where Nahuatl language texts can be stored for public Use.

To subscribe to NAHUAT-L:

Internet users, send email to listproc@listserv.umt.edu

The sole content of The message must be:

SUBSCRIBE NAHUAT-L [your first name] [your last name]

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To post a message to the list members,

List Owner / Manager: John F

Schwaller (schwallr@selway.umt.edu)

Associate Provost, University of Montana Tel: 406-243-4722 Fax: 406-243-2797

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