Mesoamerican Worlds

Davíd Carrasco (Harvard University) and Eduardo Matos Moctezuma (El Colegio Nacional, Mexico), General Editors


Mesoamerican Worlds: From the Olmec to the Danzantes was devoted to the study of historical phenomena within particular traditions of Mesoamerica and in relation to other cultures. This series integrated the work of archaeology, archaeoastronomy, art history, history of religions, social thought, and urban studies.

 

Transformation and Negotiation in Oaxaca, Mexico

The Concheros Dance in Mexico City

The Lienzo de Quauhquechollan, A Nahua Vision of the Conquest of Guatemala

Calendars, Clocks, and Cultures

Revised Edition

Drama and Power in the Heart of Mesoamerica

Mesoamerican Studies in Honor of H. B. Nicholson

Postclassic Maya Archaeology at Laguna De On, Belize

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Conquest of Mexico

Words and Worlds of the Chilam Balam

Three Calendars from Highland Guatemala

From Teotihuacan to the Aztecs

Archaeological and Ethnological Perspectives

Their Lands and Histories, 1500-2010

Tezcatlipoca, "Lord of the Smoking Mirror"

New Spain's Indian Pueblos Confront the Spanish State

Political Relations in the Late Postclassic Naco Valley

A Fifteenth-Century Maya Dynastic Drama

Performance, Text, and Image in the Work of Sahagun

The Use and Perception of Abandoned Structures in the Maya Lowlands

New Perspectives in Cultural Astronomy

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