Student Projects 2000-2004

Student Projects 2004

Doctoral Candidates

  • Molly Fierer-Donaldson (Chichen Itzá skeletal research)
  • Thomas Garrison* (excavations and survey, San Bartolo, Peten, Guatemala)
  • Sarah Jackson* (Comparative views of the Maya nonroyal elite: Courtly society in the classic period
  • Ann Sieferle-Valencia* (Excavations at Cuauhtinchan, Puebla, Mexico)
  • Alexandre Tokovinine (Excavations at Naranjo and La Sufricaya, Peten, Guatemala)

Postdoctoral Candidates

  • Marc Zender (Maya dictionary project)

Student Projects 2003

Harvard College

  • Sabbatical year—Fashes

Doctoral Candidates

  • Thomas Garrison*
  • Sarah Jackson* (1999–2005) Comparative views of the Maya nonroyal elite: Courtly society in the classic period.
  • Ann Sieferle-Valencia* (Research on the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan 2)

Postdoctoral Candidates

  • Wiliam Saturno (CMHI Field Associate)

Student Projects 2002

Harvard College

  • Benton Bodamer* (‘02, Field research, Los Sapos group, Copan, Honduras; Study of Copador frog effigy vessels, Peabody Museum) (Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico): Comparative analysis and recording of Mesoamerican frog shrines and excavation of one such shrine in Copan, Honduras.
  • Catarina Castruccio-Prince* (‘02, Copan Hierglyphic Stairway, digitization of photographic record; Research Assistant)
  • Lucia Henderson* (CMHI Assistant, Tonina, Mexico)
  • Helen Human (Pilot sculpture study)

Doctoral Candidates

  • Lisa Collins (1994–2002, Maya zooarchaeology and slave residences, Copan, Honduras)
  • Allan Maca (1994-2002, Settlement studies, Copan, Honduras)
  • Laura O’Rouke (1994-2002, Formative Mesoamerica)
  • Sarah Jackson* (excavations, Guatemala)
  • James Fitzsimmons (1997–2002, Maya archaeology and epigraphy; Mortuary ceremonialism)

Postdoctoral Candidate

  • Wiliam Saturno (CMHI field associate)

Student Projects 2001

Harvard College

  • Benton Bodamer* (Field research, Los Sapos group, Copan, Honduras; Study of Copador frog effigy vessels, Peabody Museum) (Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico): Comparative analysis and recording of Mesoamerican frog shrines and excavation of one such shrine in Copan, Honduras.
  • Catarina Castruccio-Prince* (Copan Hierglyphic Stairway, digitization of photographic record; research assistant)
  • Lucia Henderson* (‘01, Ceramics, Classic Maya royal tomb, Ruler 12, Copan, Honduras; CMHI assistant)
  • Marcus Lehman* (‘01, Sacred geography and landscape, Copan Valley, Honduras)

Doctoral Candidates

  • Lisa Collins (Zooarchaeology research, Copan, Honduras)
  • Karla Davis-Salazar (1995–2001, Maya water management, Copan)
  • Sarah Jackson* (T.F. Copan Summer Field School)
  • Allan Maca
  • Laura O’Rouke

Postdoctoral Candidates

  • Wiliam Saturno (CMHI Field Associate)

Student Projects 2000

Harvard College

  • Marcus Lehman* (Landscape survey, water and caves, Copan Valley, Honduras)
  • Stephanie Greenman* (‘00 Maya music’s role in social and religious organization)
  • Lucia Henderson* (Field research, Copan, Honduras, excavations in Ruler 12’s tomb)

Doctoral Candidates

  • Gerardo Aldana (History of Science, Maya Astronomy; T.F. Copan Summer Field School)
  • Karla Davis-Salazar
  • James Fitzsimmons
  • Sarah Jackson*
  • Allan Maca
  • Laura O’Rouke
  • William Saturno (1994–2000, Maya archaeology, Rio Amarillo excavations, Copan, Honduras)

Extension School

  • Susan Sherman* (ceramic research)

*Alumnus of Harvard Field School in Copan, Honduras.

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