Publications & Research
Newsletter, Research Projects, and Publications
Make sur to download our latest Newsletter (Winter 2013)
Marilyn A. Masson: The Economic Foundations of Mayapán, Yucatan
Verónica Pérez Rodríguez: The Cerro Jazmin Archaeological Project
Robert M. Rosenswig: San Estevan Archeological Project
Robert M. Carmack: Central American ethnology and teaching projects
George Aaron Broadwell: Day of Triqui Culture in the Capital District (more information on our Events page)
Louise Burkhart: Pictographic catechisms from colonial Nahua Mexico
John Justeson: Co-Director: Project for the Documentation of the Languages of Mesoamerica
John Justeson's and Terrence Kaufman: 2003 FAMSI report and preliminary on-line Mayan etymological dictionary (PDF file, 1535 pages)
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