I am available to speak on the life and work of Mayanist Tatiana Proskouriakoff at universities, libraries, museums, and civic and book clubs. March, which is designated as Women's History Month, is an especially meaningful time of the year for such a program.

As a North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar, my program which gives a general overview of the ancient Maya civilization, is available to non-profit groups by visiting the NC Humanities Council website. It is titled, "An Introduction to the Ancient Maya."

Past Appearances:

Central Carolina Community College, Sanford, NC NC Humanities Council Road Scholar program, An Introduction to the Ancient Maya
Dedication Ceremony for the placement of a Pennsylvania State Historical Marker in honor of Tatiana Proskouriakoff, Lansdowne, PA
Institute of Maya Studies, Miami, FL (Lecture/​Booksigning)
Maya at the Lago Conference, Davidson, NC (Lecture/​Booksigning)
Interviewed for a Norwegian documentary on Mayanist Gustav Stromsvik produced by Flimmer Films and directed by Paulo Chavarria of Norway. When it aired on Norwegian television, it was viewed by 500,000, or 28% of the viewership.
Consulted on and appeared in the National Geographic film, "Code of the Maya Kings," which depicted the lives of Mayanists John Lloyd Stephens and Tatiana Proskouriakoff. This film, part of the National Geographic Channel's Treasure Seekers series, has aired numerous times internationally and can now be seen online.
Emory University's Carlos Museum, Atlanta, GA (Lecture/​Booksigning)
Duke-UNC Center for Latin American Studies, Chapel Hill, NC (Lecture)
Mint Museum of Art Curator's Circle Lecture, Charlotte, NC (Lecture)
New College of Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY (Talk)
WRHU Visions and Choices: a radio interview with Dr. Linda Longmire, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Charlotte, NC (Lecture)
AIA - Archaeological Institute of America - Charlotte, NC (Lecture)
Highlander's Club, Black Mountain, NC (Talk/​Book Signing)
Rotary Club, Black Mountain, NC (Talk/​Book Signing)
Beech Mountain Chamber of Commerce introduction for Margaret Hagerty, subject of the April, 2008 Our State article "Off and Running," Beech Mountain, NC
Catawba Public Library, Newton, NC (NC Humanities Council Road Scholar Presentation: An Introduction to the Ancient Maya)
Lanier Library, Tryon, NC (Lecture/​Booksigning)
R. Brown McAllister "Writer's Day", Concord NC (Talk)
Burke County Public Library, Morganton, NC (Lecture/​book signing)
Morningside of Concord,Concord, NC (Lecture/​book signing)
Wesley Woods Tower, Emory University, Atlanta, GA (Lecture/​book signing)
Cabarrus Arts Council 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Concord, NC (Talk)
Black Bear Books, Boone, NC (Talk/​book signing)
Frame Gallery, Statesville, NC (Book signing)
Black Mountain Public Library, Friends of the Library Author's Event, Black Mountain, NC (Lecture)
Park Road Books, Charlotte, NC (Book signing)
Cannon Memorial Library-Kannapolis Branch, Kannapolis,NC (Lecture/​book signing)
Cabarrus Arts Council Meeting, Concord, NC (Talk)
The Happy Bookseller, Columbia, SC (Book signing)
Barnes and Noble, Huntersville, NC (Book signing)
Soul Food Book Club, Harrisburg, NC (Talk/​book signing)
Athenaeum Book Club of Monroe, NC (Talk/​book signing)
Prime Timers Club, St. John's Episcopal Church, Charlotte, NC (Lecture)
Prime Timers Club, Central United Methodist Church, Concord, NC (Lecture)
Estaline Clark Circle, Central UMC, Concord, NC (Talk on Family History)
Ethel R. Williams Book Club, Cabarrus Country Club, Concord, NC (Talk)
Cannon Memorial Library, Concord, NC (Lecture)
Cabarrus Arts Council, Concord, NC (Talk)
Sydney Lanier Book Club, Concord, NC (Talk/​book signing)
Ethel Williams and Virginia Dare Book Clubs, Concord, NC (Talk/​book signing)
Second Tuesday Book Club, Concord, NC (Talk/​book signing)
Great Outdoor Provision Co., Charlotte, NC (Introduction of 90-year-old marathoner Margaret Hagerty)