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  • Akkeren, Ruud van (PhD) - Work and publications on the Highland Maya of Guatemala. Specialized in indigenous documents like the ‘Popol Wuj’ or ‘Rabinal Achi’ (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).
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  • Bruhns, Karen Olsen - Curriculum vitae of this San Francisco State University Professor. Research interests include the archaeology of Mesoamerica.
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  • Fash, William L. - Profile of Harvard University Professor. Research interests include the rise of complex culture, Maya epigraphy; Mesoamerica.
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  • Fisher, Christopher T. - Profile and curriculum vitae of this Colorado State University Assistant Professor. Research interests include Mesoamerican archaeology , human landscape impacts, landscape archaeology, and intensification
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  • Foias, Antonia - Brief profile of this Williams College Assistant Professor. Research interests in archaeology include: cultural evolution, ceramic analysis, pottery production and exchange, archaeometry, and Mesoamerica/South America.
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  • Hasseman, George Ernest (1944-1999) - Obituary published in the Society for American Archaeology newsletter. Head of the Archaeology Section of the Instituto Hondureño de Antro-pología e Historia (IHAH).
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  • Healy, Paul F. - Detailed profile of this Trent University Professor. Research interests include Mesoamerican archaeology, especially the culture history of the ancient Maya.
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  • Iannone, Gyles - Brief profile of this Trent University Associate Professor. Research interests include social complexity, Archaic States (comparative), Mesoamerica (particularly Maya) and New World archaeology.
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  • Lesure, Richard - Brief profile of this University of Michigan Associate Professor. Research interests include sociopolitical dynamics and the origin of social inequality in Mesoamerica.
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  • Morales, Katherine - Research interest in Mesoamerican archaeology and distance education. University of Florida.
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  • Pugh, Timothy W. - Internet site for Southern Illinois University Associate Professor who works at Late Postclassic to Colonial period Maya sites. Research interests include ritual, myth, spatial analysis, cultural and contact.
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  • Simmons, Scott E. - Internet site for this University of North Carolina Assistant Professor. Research interests include craft specialization in Mesoamerica, especially Maya metallurgy, and Plantation archaeology in the SE United States.
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  • Wilk, Richard - Resume of this Indiana University Professor. Research interests include household archaeology and Mesoamerica.
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