Zoe Rawski


Doctoral Student ZOE RAWSKI

Dissertation/Thesis Topic: The roles of monumental architecture and long-distance exchange in the development of sociopolitical complexity and inequality among the Preclassic Maya.

Research Interests: Maya archaeology, trade and exchange, monumentality, political economy, origins of complexity and inequality.

Advisor: Dr. M. Kathryn Brown

Degrees: B.A. Archaeology and Special Honors Curriculum, CUNY Hunter College (2013)

Email: Zoe.Rawski@utsa.edu


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