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2009 Symposium, Abstracts
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Ethnic Diversity in the Tiwanaku Period (ca. 500–1100/1150 AD ) South Central Andes
Antti Korpisaari, University of Helsinki, Fellow 2008–2009
Early Social Complexity in Ancient Mesoamerica: Public and Private Perspectives
Michael W. Love, California State University, Northridge, Fellow 2008–2009
The Concept of “Chichimec” in Native Identity and Perception, (Pre-Hispanic and Colonial Central Mexico)
Justyna A. Olko-Bajer, University of Warsaw, Summer Fellow 2008
Land Grant Painted Maps: Native Artists’ Agency and Defense of Communal Heritage in Sixteenth-Century New Spain
Ana Pulido Rull, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2009–2010
The Force of Flowers: Bringing the Outdoors In at Versailles
Nicole Jeanne Cuenot, Columbia University, Summer Fellow 2009
The Hydrographic City: Mapping Mexico City's Urban Form in Relation to Its Aquatic Condition, 1521–1700
John F. López, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Summer Fellow 2010
Home Grown: Thomas Affleck’s Advocacy for Regional Identity in the American South, 1848–1868
James Schissel, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
Flights of Imagination: Aviation and Innovation in Twentieth-Century Landscape Design and Planning
Sonja Dümpelmann, University of Maryland, Fellow 2010–2011
Spatial Responses to Violence: Counter Monuments and Site-Specific Installations in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Jessica Hurd, Indiana University Bloomington, Summer Fellow 2010
Environmental History of the Maya Lowlands: Ecology, Sustainability and Society from the Pleistocene to the Present
Timothy Beach, Georgetown University, Fellow 2007–2008
Building Time: The Origins of Dynastic Kingship in the Maya Lowlands
Charles Golden, Brandeis University, Fellow 2007–2008
An Archaeological Perspective on the Colonial Encounter at Lamanai and Tipu
Elizabeth Graham, University College London, Fellow 2007–2008
In the Land of the Turtle Lords: Classic Maya Civilization and Urban Life at Piedras Negras, Guatemala
Stephen D. Houston, Brown University, Fellow 2007–2008
The Archaeology of Inca Origins: A Study of Second Generation State Formation of the Andes
Gordon F. McEwan, Wagner College, Fellow 2007–2008
The Power of Place: Landscape and Identity in Classic Maya Art, Architecture, and Inscriptions
Alexandre Tokovinine, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2007–2008, Spring
Architecture, Landscape, and the Archaic State
Alexei Vranich, University of Pennsylvania, Fellow 2007–2008
Folklore and Forest Fragments
Peter Jacobs, Université de Montréal, Canada, Beatrix Farrand Distinguished Fellow 2007–2008, Spring
The Design of Tang Imperial Gardens: Tradition, Creativity, and Symbolization
Bo Jiang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Fellow 2007–2008
Landscape Allegory: Manchu-Chinese Imperial and Ethnic Images at the Early Qing Tomb Parks
Alan R. Sweeten, California State University, Stanislaus, Project Grant 2009–2010
Saving the Palace of Atahualpa: The Late Imperial Site of Inca-Caranqui, Imbabura Province, Northern Highland Ecuador
Tamara L. Bray, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, and José Echeverría, FONSALCI, Ibarra, Ecuador, Project Grant 2008–2009
Emergency Excavations at Conchapata: Huari Temple Architecture and Iconography in Ayacucho, Peru
Anita Cook, Catholic University of America, and W. H. Isbell, State University of New York, Binghamton, Project Grant 2000–2001
Senior Fellows
The Senior Fellows committee was established in 1974, replacing the Garden Advisory Committee established in 1956, to guide the fellowship program. The ...
Conflict, Conquest, and the Performance of War in Pre-Columbian America
October 14–15, 2011 | Pre-Columbian Studies Symposium, Andrew Scherer and John Verano, Symposiarchs
2011 Symposium, Abstracts
Conflict, Conquest, and the Performance of War in Pre-Columbian America
Merchants, Trade, and Exchange in the Pre-Columbian World
October 8–9, 2010 | Pre-Columbian Studies Symposium, Kenneth G. Hirth, Symposiarch
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