Becas y Subvenciones de IMS

Becarios del Premio David Scotchmer para Ensayos

 

2010s

2016

Mounia El Kotni, “The Hospital is Where Women Die” Indigenous Midwives Denounce Obstetric Violence in Mexico "

2015

Christopher Valesey, "The Knights of New Spain: Eagles, Jaguars, and the Nahua Military Ethos "

2014

Sarah Heins, "White-tailed deer bone breakage at Post-Classic Mayapán"

2013

Christine Prebble, "Hedonism, Control, and Boundaries: The North American Cruise Ship Industry and Cozumel, Mexico"

2012

Courtney Kurlanska, “A Tale of Two Protest: The Relationship Between Government and  Civil Society”

2011

Benjamin Leeming, “Teotl, Text, and Colonial Discourse in Ecclesiastical Nahuatl Texts from Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Mexico”

 

2000s

2009

Elizabeth Paris, "The Postclassic Maya urban landscape:  form and function in minor centers”

2008

John Edvalson, "Identity Construction in the Ethnographic Interview: A Narrative Analysis"

2006

Edgar Martín del Campo “Power, Perspective, and Paw-prints: A Critical History of Representations of the Nagual in the Ethnology of Mesoamerica”

2005

C. Scott Speal, “Modes, Mechamisms, and Ideology of Exchange Among the Lowland Classic Maya”

2000

Clay Mathews Samson, "The Martyrdom of Manuel Saquic:  Constructing Maya Protestantism in Guatemala"

Meción de Honor: Timothy J. Smith, "Maya Spirituality:  Spiritual Unification
in the Pan-Maya Movement of Guatemala" y Jennifer Wharton "Feasting in
the Codices: Archaelogical Implications"