Archaeology of the Maya
Series editors: Elizabeth Graham (UCL), David Pendergast (UCL), and Genner Llanes Ortiz (Leiden).
The archaeology, epigraphy, art, and history of the Maya of Mesoamerica are increasingly studied world-wide. As discoveries multiply, new venues of publication are a critical means of spreading knowledge both within and outside the field. The aims of this series are to publish monographs and excavation or survey reports on the Maya area in a format that permits extensive illustration, a feature not found in the common 6 in by 9 in (229mm X 152mm) book format. Conference proceedings and revised doctoral theses/dissertations will also be considered. The series editors believe that books centred on archaeology, epigraphy or art should be well illustrated, and the intention is therefore to publish in colour. Contributions can be in English or Spanish or in any of the Mayan languages with English language or Spanish translations.
If you are interested in publishing in the Archaeology of the Maya series, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on this series and to view the full editorial board, please see our series brief.