Anthony Aveni is the Russell Colgate Distinguished University Professor of Astronomy, Anthropology, and Native American Studies at Colgate University. He has researched and written about Maya astronomy for more than four decades. He was named a US National Professor of the Year and has been awarded the H. B. Nicholson Medal for Excellence in Research in Mesoamerican Studies by Harvard's Peabody Museum.
Religion, Science, and America's Obsession with the End of the World
Behind the Crystal Ball
Class Not Dismissed
Reflections on Undergraduate Education and Teaching the Liberal Arts
Empires of Time
Foundations of New World Cultural Astronomy
A Reader with Commentary
Studying Astronomy in a Cultural Context
Anthony Aveni considers the recent story about the Canadian student who discovered a Maya city by placing a star map over a map of the Yucatán.
The Madrid Codex
New Approaches to Understanding an Ancient Maya Manuscript
Understanding Nature's Truths Across Time and Culture
Who Wants to Know? Understanding Other Cultures through Better Questions
I’ve had some really excellent feedback on my book Class Not Dismissed, especially from readers who ended up, like me, working in a place they wouldn’t have dreamed of nor planned for.