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Visual Lexicon of Aztec Hieroglyphs - Shared screen with speaker view
Juliana Marez
44:20
Sounds like conventions are very important.
Bronwen Maxson (she/ella/ela)
51:50
Looks like a poké ball from Pokémon
Christian Guerra
52:09
^
Ricardo Garcia
55:56
Easter Nahuas? I've found that the Eastern Nahuas and Mixtec have more common elements than western Nahuas.
Ana Lara
59:24
What is the link for the internship?
Bronwen Maxson (she/ella/ela)
01:00:05
https://www.redhenlab.org/summer-of-code/red-hen-lab-gsoc-2021-ideas
nancydmeyer6@gmail.com
01:00:13
what do the numbers (eg 37r, 32r) refer to?
Benjamin Johnson
01:00:40
Recto/ verso
Edward Harben Trager
01:01:51
Awesome, so exciting to see how thorough and expansive your goals for this project are! :-)
Edward Harben Trager
01:02:00
And it looks great!
Edward Harben Trager
01:03:06
Are the $6K scholarships only for U.S. students? Can Mexican or other international students apply?
Albert Palacios
01:03:08
Fascinating collaborative work, Stephanie!
Escala, Anuncia
01:03:17
Do you know if there are studies about the artistic side?
Ana Lara
01:03:38
This is amazing. Thank you.
Ricardo Garcia
01:03:52
This is an extraordinary project.
nancydmeyer6@gmail.com
01:04:10
This is so interesting! What were some of the clues you used to figure out compound words and sentence order?
Bronwen Maxson (she/ella/ela)
01:06:14
Is the application for the students the same as submitting a project proposal? I’m looking over the red hen site and it’s not clear to me
Gordon Sayre
01:06:44
Bravo Stephanie and collaborators. It's so impressive to see the visual syntax in action
Marcel Brousseau (he/him)
01:06:50
Absolutely fascinating. Wonderful work, Stephanie and collaborators!
analeefuentes
01:07:42
VERY EXCITING. Thank you so much Stephanie, this was a wonderful presentation. I appreciate the resources.
Jon Jaramillo
01:08:56
I am so excited to see this project progress with so many scholars collaborating. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Gabriela Pérez Báez (she/they; ella)
01:09:23
Congratulations! Fascinating project!
Ana Lara
01:09:43
How does the dictionary and/or interpretation account for metaphoric meaning?
Ricardo Garcia
01:09:56
I have a comment about the organization of compound units. Should we focus on more prominent and less prominent features instead of right to left or left to right organization?
Benjamin Johnson
01:20:17
Thank you everyone! So sorry I have to leave the meeting…
Edward Harben Trager
01:21:16
Are there any other writing systems that use color?
Juliana Marez
01:23:05
Many of the American tribes us directional colors and colors associated with certain ceremonies too
Rosa Chavez (she,her,ella)
01:25:49
Thank you! This is an amazing project! I can't wait to be able to access and use them in a new way, that maybe our ancestors never imagined!
Juliana Marez
01:26:29
The red dot is at the fontanel where the soul comes in and goes out
rachmuth
01:26:54
Conragats! Thanks for this wonderful project.
Juan Carlos González Zacarias
01:27:01
Tlazohcamati Stephanie!
Juliana Marez
01:27:16
fascinating information
Ricardo Garcia
01:27:20
Thank you Stephanie. This is a great interdisciplinary project.
Cheryl Hartup
01:27:22
Thank you Stephanie! Congratulations!
Bronwen Maxson (she/ella/ela)
01:27:28
Thank you!
Edward Harben Trager
01:27:31
quena, tlazocamati miac Stephanie!