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Terminal Classic Socioeconomic Processes in the Maya Lowlands through a Ceramic Lens. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, in preparation [co-edited with Sandra L. Lopez Varela].
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Ceramics, Production and Exchange in the Petexbatun Region: The Economic Parameters of the Classic Maya Collapse. VIMA Petexbatun Monograph Series. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, in press [with contributions by Ronald L. Bishop].
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