Amara Solari is professor of art history and anthropology at the Pennsylvania State University. Her three monographs are Maya-Christian Murals of Early Modern Yucatan; Idolizing Mary: Maya-Catholic Icons in Yucatán; and Maya Ideologies of the Sacred. Her coauthored books include The Maya Apocalypse and Its Western Roots. She is former editor of the Hispanic American Historical Review, and her articles have appeared in various journals, including The Art Bulletin and Ethnohistory.
Diego de Landa and the Account of the Things of Yucatan