Rex Koontz; Kathryn Reese-Taylor; Annabeth Headrick
First Edition • May 1, 2001 • 410 pages
Print ISBN: 9780813337326 • $55.00 USD • $44.99 CAN
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Rex Koontz teaches art history at the University of Texas at El Paso, and he is the author of essays on Ancient Mesoamerica, contemporary US-Mexico Border art, and non-Western aesthetics.
Kathryn Reese-Taylor teaches archaeology at the University of Calgary, and she is the author of several articles on the pre-Hispanic Maya.
Annabeth Headrick teaches art history at Vanderbilt University where she holds the position of Mellon Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Fine Arts. She has published on the iconography of Ancient Mesoamerican art.
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“The essays featured in Landscape and Power in Ancient Mesoamerica are highly original, with fresh insights and contributions. In view of the broad range of approaches and topics, this volume would be of use to a wide range of readers.”
— Karl Taube, professor of anthropology, University of California at Riverside
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