Arthur A. Demarest

2003, December 6–7
Short SeminarArchaeological Investigations in Petén, Guatemala: The Waka Proposal
1992
IdeologySAR Press PublicationIdeology and Pre-Columbian CivilizationsEmploying data from central Mexico, the Maya area, coastal Peru, and highland Peru and Bolivia, directors of several major archaeological field projects interpret evidence of prehistoric ideology and address the question, has ideology any relevance in the reconstruction of prehistory?
1989
Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, Book CoverSAR Press PublicationRegional Perspectives on the Olmec

The archaeological culture known as the Olmec has long been associated with the genesis of civilization in Mexico—the transition from simple, agricultural societies to near-urban states during the Mesoamerican Formative, which culminated in the empire of the Maya. 

1987, May 25–29
Advanced SeminarIdeology and the Cultural Evolution of Pre-Columbian Civilizations


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