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ASSOCIATES

 

Founder and Director Emeritus:Ian Graham

IAN GRAHAM, Founder CMHI and Director Emeritus, has drawn and photographed monuments in the jungles of Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize since 1958.

 

BARBARA FASH, Director, is an artist who brings thirty years of scholarly field research, artistic experience, and museum practice to the Program. Since 1977 she has worked at the site of Copan, Honduras, with a focus on archaeological illustration, sculpture recording, analysis, and conservation. She designed and implemented the exhibits for the on-site Sculpture Museum highlighting the work of the Copan Mosaics Project, which she co-directs with William Fash (http://www.peabody.harvard.edu/node/554 ).

 


  • 1977-1980 Eric von Euw
  • 1980-1989; 2007-present Peter Mathews (La Trobe University, Australia)
  • 1994-present David Stuart (University of Texas, Austin)
  • 2002-2003; 2009-present James Fitzsimmons (Middlebury College)
  • 2004-present Lucia Henderson (University of Texas, Austin)
  • 2005-present Stephen Houston (Brown University)
  • 2005-present Simon Martin (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 2006-present Oswaldo Chinchilla (Museo Popol Vuh, Guatemala)
  • 2006-present Marc Zender (Peabody Museum, Harvard University)
  • 2007-present Carlos Pallán (Instituto de Antropología, Mexico)
  • 2007-present Alexandre Tokovinine, Post-doc Field Director, CMHI's 3-D Scanning Project (Peabody Museum, Harvard University), tokovin@fas.harvard.edu

 

  Barbara Fash