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Pre-Columbian Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2005

Show in progress dissertations

Bradley, Robert, “The Architecture of Kuelap” (Columbia, E. Pasztory)

Carrasco, Michael David, “The Mask Flange Iconographic Complex: The Art, Ritual, and History of a Maya Sacred Image” (UT Austin, J. Guernsey, D. Stuart)

Cash, Cristin Loren, “Locating the Place and Meaning of the Talud-Tablero Architectural Style in the Early Classic Maya Built Environment” (UT Austin, J. Guernsey)

Guzman, Eulogio, “Sculpting Imperialism? The Diverse Expression of Local Cults and Corporate Identity in the 'two-Tufted' Figure at the Templo Mayor” (UCLA, C. Klein)

Hurt, Lee Anne, “The Huacas of Machu Pichu: Inca Stations for the Communion Between Humanity and Nature” (Virginia Commonwealth, J. Farmer)

O'Neil, Megan, “Making Visible History: Engaging Ancient Maya Sculpture” (Yale, M. Miller)

Vallilee, David, “Of Body and Blood: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Texts and Images of Mexica and Lakota Ceremonies” (CUNY, E. Quiñones Keber)