University’s Dr. Timothy S. Hare, associate professor of anthropology in the
Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy, and his collaborator Marilyn
Masson, an archaeologist at the University at Albany, SUNY, are featured in the
current issue of “Science” for
an archaeological project investigating the urban structure of an ancient Maya
“Science” is an international weekly science journal.
The work is funded by a National Science Foundation
grant administered through MSU.
Dr. Hare earned a Master of Arts degree in economic
anthropology at the University of Iowa and a Ph. D. degree in anthropology at the
University at Albany. He has directed several archaeological projects in Mexico
aimed at reconstructing the transformation of political and economic systems in
ancient Aztec and Maya societies.
Dr. Hare has co-directed archaeological
investigations at the ancient city of Mayapán in Mexico since 2001. In
addition, he develops and applies software tools to facilitate the quantitative
analysis and comparison of multivariate spatial distributions. His prior work
has appeared in Latin American Antiquity, Anthropos, and the Journal of
is available by contacting Dr. Hare at 606-783-9436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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