Incidents of Archaeology in Central America and Yucatan: Essays in Honor of Edwin M. Shookby Michael Love
Incidents of Archaeology in Central America and YucatOn is a collection of cutting edge archaeological studies of the Maya and their neighbors. Written by leading scholars, this book is an up-to-date collection, emphasizing recent fieldwork in the YucatOn, Belize, and Guatemala. It includes reports on recent fieldwork not previously published in any form. This book is a tribute to Edwin M. Shook, the last surviving member of the Division of Historical Research of the Carnegie Institute of Washington. Shook's career has spanned seven decades, and has included associations with such luminaries as Sylvanus Morley and Alfred V. Kidder. Most notably, Shook served as the first director of the Tikal Project, from 1955-1964.
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Michael Love is Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Northridge, and Research Archaeologist at the Institute for Social, Behavioral and Economic Research, University of California, Santa Barbara. Marion Popenoe de Hatch is Director and Madeleine and Alfred V. Kidder Chair, Department of Archaeology, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala. HZctor L. Escobedo is Professor of Archaeology, University del Valle de Guatemala, and Project Co-Director, Piedras Negras Archaeological Project.
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