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View from Anderson Mesa; a Navajo Refugee Site
This photo was taken atop Anderson Mesa, in the Coconino National Forest, Arizona. My dissertation research is focused on the migrations of Yucatec Maya fleeing the violence of the Caste War of Yucatan, Mexico in the ...
Abandoned Sugar Mill at Lamanai, Belize
This photograph is of an American-made, British-owned 19th century sugar mill that was constructed at the Maya site called Lamanai in Belize, Central America. Lamanai is unique for the fact that it was among a handful of ...
The Crystal Skull
Archaeology can be the quest for the fantastic. The realization that the bulk of archaeological research is in fact a tedious chore through the mundane dispels many fantasies and boyhood tales of lost cities and mysterious ...
The Crystal Maiden
In my final year (2006) supervising excavations at a Classic Maya site in West Central Belize I was invited to accompany members of Belize’s Institute of Archaeology and explore the recently discovered cave Actun Tunichil ...
UIC on top of the world!
In the summer of 2007 I participated in the archaeological excavation at the Wari mountain fortress Cerro Baúl, in southern Peru. Proyecto Cerro Baúl is a joint collaboration directed by Ryan Williams, curator at the Field ...