Becas y Subvenciones de IMS

Becarios Anteriores del Primer Encuentro para Trabajo de Campo en Mesoamerica

 

2010s

2016

Alyse Strohmeyer, “Effigy Use at Mayapan Commoner Households”

2015

Becky Dinkel, Yucatec Maya Summer Institute

Enrique Valdivia, “Intensive Nahuatl Language Study at Yale University – Summer 2015”

2014

Isabelle Poitras, “Documentation of a Dialect of Tseltal: A Contribution to Epigraphic Analysis”

2013

Katie Kurtessis, “Tourism as an Alternative Means for Community and Economic Development in a Neoliberal World”

Kendra Farstad "Macrobotanical Sample Collection at Mayapam"

2012

Alexander W. Auclair, “Cenote Survey at the Postclassic Site of Mayapán

 

2000s

2009

Ilona Flores, “Women’s reproductive rights in Nicaragua.”

2008

Fernando Ocampo, “Mexican Holy Week Performances: From Colonial to Contemporary Traditions.”

2006

Jared Latimer, “Cataloging of the Mayapán Figurine Assemblage”
Nadia Marín-Guadarrama, “Nahua Parenthood and Child-Rearing in the Context of the Missionization in Early Colonial Mexico”

2005

Juliana Novic, “Exploring the Archaeology of Tabasco, Mexico”
Elizabeth  Paris, “Metal Artifacts in the Mayapán Economy”

2004

Maria Diaz Montejo, “Maya Ethnicity: The Revitalization of Ritual Dance in Jacaltenango”

2003

Edgar Martin del Campo, “Shifting Shapes and Meanings: A Discourse Analysis of Nahuatl Texts”

2001

Bradley Russell, “Laguna de On/Caye Coco Ceramic Sourcing Project”

2000

Jonathan Maupin,"Oxlajuj Aj Kaqchikel Linguistics Program"