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    • Is Poverty in Our Genes? 

      d’Alpoim Guedes, Jade; Bestor, Theodore C; Carrasco, David L.; Flad, Rowan K.; Fosse, Ethan A; Herzfeld, Michael F; Lamberg-Karlovsky, Carl C.; Lewis, Cecil M.; Liebmann, Matthew Joseph; Meadow, Richard Henry; Patterson, Nick; Price, Max Daniel; Reiches, Meredith Wayden; Richardson, Sarah S; Shattuck-Heidorn, Heather; Ur, Jason Alik; Urton, Gary; Warinner, Christina (University of Chicago Press, 2013)
      We present a critique of a paper written by two economists, Quamrul Ashraf and Oded Galor, which is forthcoming in the American Economic Review and which was uncritically highlighted in Science magazine. Their paper claims ...
    • Myth, Cosmic Terror, and the Templo Mayor 

      Carrasco, David L. (University of California Press, 1987)
    • The Paradox of Carnival 

      Carrasco, David L. (David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Harvard University, 2014)
    • The Residential Spaces, Social Organization and Dynamics of Isla Cerritos, an Ancient Maya Port Community 

      Clark, Dylan J. (2015-12-01)
      In this study I explore the social archaeology of a Maya coastal port community through household archaeology at the site of Isla Cerritos, a small center for maritime trade on the north coast of Yucatán, Mexico from c.300 ...
    • Sacrifice/Human Sacrifice in Religious Traditions 

      Carrasco, David L. (Oxford University Press, 2013)
    • Sobre La Marcha: The Fiesta of Santiago Apostol in Loiza, Puerto Rico 

      Vlassidis Burgoa, Maria Cristina (2016-05-19)
      The annual Fiesta of Santiago Apóstol is the most significant religious festival in Loíza, Puerto Rico. This dissertation examines this religious ritual applying an indigenous methodological approach I call sobre la marcha, ...
    • Sports Diplomacy 

      Carrasco, David L. (David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Harvard University, 2012)
    • Sufism and Ifa: Ways of Knowing in Two West African Intellectual Traditions 

      Ogunnaike, Oludamini (2015-09-19)
      This dissertation examines and compares the epistemologies of two of the most popular West African intellectual traditions: Tijani Sufism and Ifa. Employing theories native to the traditions themselves and contemporary ...