March 13, 2020

“Hunting, Husbandry, Exchange and Ritual: Animal Use and Meaning at Moxviquil, Chiapas Mexico.”

Latest article published by Dr. Elizabeth Paris and undergraduate scholars.

Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth Paris and colleagues on the publication of: “Hunting, Husbandry, Exchange and Ritual: Animal Use and Meaning at Moxviquil, Chiapas Mexico.”

The article is co-authored by two of our undergraduate students and The article represents their first peer-reviewed publication in an international journal! Miranda George (BSc ARKY, BA English, with minors in Museum and Heritage Studies and Classics and Religion) and Ellen Pacheco (BSc ANTH with a minor in ARKY), who collaborated in the analysis of the Moxviquil faunal assemblage. Ellen and Mira conducted independent study projects in faunal analysis in Winter 2019, which contributed to the final publication.

The article is free to download on the journal website, available as of  oday: http://sciencepress.mnhn.fr/en/periodiques/anthropozoologica


Paris, Elizabeth H., Roberto López Bravo, Ellen Pacheco and Miranda George. Hunting, Husbandry, Exchange and Ritual: Animal Use and Meaning at Moxviquil, Chiapas Mexico, Accepted by Anthropozoologica 55(4):43-73, Mar. 2020.

Congratulations to all!