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Pre-Columbian Urbanism in Comparative Perspective: Space, Society, and Long-Term Human-Landscape Relations
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John W. Janusek, Vanderbilt University, Fellow 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
Ethnic Diversity in the Tiwanaku Period (ca. 500–1100/1150 AD ) South Central Andes
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Antti Korpisaari, University of Helsinki, Fellow 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
Early Social Complexity in Ancient Mesoamerica: Public and Private Perspectives
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Michael W. Love, California State University, Northridge, Fellow 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
The Concept of “Chichimec” in Native Identity and Perception, (Pre-Hispanic and Colonial Central Mexico)
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Justyna A. Olko-Bajer, University of Warsaw, Summer Fellow 2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
Death and Burial among the Classic Maya
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Andrew K. Scherer, Baylor University, Fellow 2008–2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
To the Edge of the Empire: The Dynamics of Inca Rule in the South Andes
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Verónica I. Williams, Instituto de Arqueología, University of Buenos Aires, Fellow 2008–2009, Fall
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2008–2009
Environmental History of the Maya Lowlands: Ecology, Sustainability and Society from the Pleistocene to the Present
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Timothy Beach, Georgetown University, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2007–2008
Building Time: The Origins of Dynastic Kingship in the Maya Lowlands
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Charles Golden, Brandeis University, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2007–2008
An Archaeological Perspective on the Colonial Encounter at Lamanai and Tipu
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Elizabeth Graham, University College London, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2007–2008
In the Land of the Turtle Lords: Classic Maya Civilization and Urban Life at Piedras Negras, Guatemala
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Stephen D. Houston, Brown University, Fellow 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Current and Former Fellows and Visiting Scholars / 2007–2008