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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 / / Fellowship Reports / 2007–2008
Epi-Olmec Hieroglyphic Writing and Its Decipherment
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John S. Justeson, University at Albany, State University of New York/University of South Carolina, Fellow 2010–2011
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2010–2011
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 / / Fellowship Reports / 2008–2009
Exploring Warfare and Slave Capturing on Period Ⅵ in Lower Central America
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Eugenia Ibarra, University of Costa Rica, Summer Fellow 2009
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2009–2010
Falsifications and Misreconstructions of Pre-Columbian Art
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Finery and Insignia of a Maya King of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico
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Laura Filloy Nadal, Museo Nacional de Antropología, INAH, Junior Fellow 2005–2006, Spring
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2005–2006
Formative Cosmovisions: Representation, Transformation, and Centrality
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Peter Kaulicke, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Fellow 2010–2011
Located in Studies Programs / / Fellowship Reports / 2010–2011
Four Lienzos of the Coixtlahuaca Valley
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Function and Meaning in Classic Maya Architecture
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Further Afield
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