Nancy Gonlin

January 07, 2022

After Dark

The Nocturnal Urban Landscape and Lightscape of Ancient Cities

Ancient Households of the Americas

Conceptualizing What Households Do

February 02, 2016

Archaeology of the Night

Without electrical lighting to guide the way, our ancestors in the ancient world experienced night very differently than we do today.

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December 12, 2014

Nancy Gonlin

Nancy Gonlin is a Mesoamerican archaeologist who specializes in daily and nightly practices, household studies, and inequality. She is editor-in-chief of Ancient Mesoamerica, and her publications include the coedited volumes Commoner Ritual and Ideology in Ancient Mesoamerica, Ancient Households of the Americas, Human Adaptation in Ancient Mesoamerica and Archaeology of the Night. She is coauthor of Copán: The Rise and Fall of an Ancient Maya Kingdom and The Archaeology of Native North America, 2nd ed. Gonlin is a professor of anthropology at Bellevue College in Washington.

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