- M.A., University of Texas at Austin
- B.A., University of California, Los Angeles
- A.A., Pasadena City College
Publications and Presentations
Longman, Darren S., John M.D. Pohl, Danny Zborover, and Veronica Pacheco (forthcoming). “Serpents of the Mixteca Alta, Pacific Coast, and Isthmus of Tehuantepec: Ritualized Environments and Territorial Narratives in Oaxaca, Mexico.” In Tales of the Feathered Serpent: Refining Our Understanding of an Enigmatic Mesoamerican Being, edited by Cynthia Kristan-Graham and Jeremy Coltman. University Press of Colorado.
2019:“Feathered Serpents of the Oaxacan Isthmus and Pacific Coast, Mexico: Hybridity, Ritualized Environments, and Territorial-Narratives.” A paper draft submitted to the conference “Tales of the Feathered Serpent: Refining Our Understanding of an Enigmatic Mesoamerican Being,” organized by Cynthia Kristan-Graham and Jeremy Coltman. Presented at the 84th Society for American Archaeology 84th Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM (April).
2019:“Pre-Columbian Hallucinogenic Practices in Popular Culture: Misconception, Conflation, and Appropriation.” Presentation for “Aliens, Atlantis, and Aryanism: ‘Fake News’ in Archaeology and Heritage,” organized by UT Antiquities Action (March).
2018:“Feathered Serpents of the Oaxacan Isthmus and Pacific Coast, Mexico.” Presented at the “Tertullia Series,” The Mesoamerica Center, Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin (November).
2018:“Crocodiles, Serpents, and a Wedding: Ritualized Political Landscapes of the Oaxacan Pacific Coast, Mexico.” A paper draft submitted to the electronic symposium “From Ch’een to Wak’a: Hemispherical Views of the Ceremonial Landscapes of the Pre-Hispanic Americas,” organized by Jon Spenard and Jonathan Dubois. Co-authored with Danny Zborover, Veronica Pacheco, and John M.D. Pohl. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology 83rd Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. (April).
2018:“Lusus Naturae in Pre-Columbian Art & Ritual.” Presented at the Chapman University Art History Symposium (April).
2019:Co-curator, Contemporary Brazilian Art, Fieldwork Gallery, Visual Arts Center, Center for Latin America Visual Studies (CLAVIS), University of Texas at Austin.
Curatorial practicum and research for Social Fabric: Art and Activism in Contemporary Brazil, an exhibition co-organized by Adele Nelsen and MacKenzie Stevens scheduled for Fall 2022.