Archaeology

A Forest of History

The Maya after the Emergence of Divine Kingship

After Dark

The Nocturnal Urban Landscape and Lightscape of Ancient Cities

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.

Detachment from Place

Beyond an Archaeology of Settlement Abandonment

Finding Solace in the Soil

An Archaeology of Gardens and Gardeners at Amache

Food Provisioning in Complex Societies

Zooarchaeological Perspectives

Foraging in the Past

Archaeological Studies of Hunter-Gatherer Diversity

How Humans Cooperate

Confronting the Challenges of Collective Action

Life at the Margins of the State

Comparative Landscapes from the Old and New Worlds

Living Ruins

Native Engagements with Past Materialities in Contemporary Mesoamerica, Amazonia, and the Andes

Manufactured Light

Mirrors in the Mesoamerican Realm

Patron Gods and Patron Lords

The Semiotics of Classic Maya Community Cults

Seeking Truth among "Alternative Facts"

There are always “alternative facts.” What matters is how we decide which of those alternative facts are most likely to be true.

Southeastern Mesoamerica

Indigenous Interaction, Resilience, and Change

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