AIA Lecturer: James Aimers

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State University of New York at Geneseo

James Aimers

James Aimers is with the State University of New York at Geneseo, and holds his degrees from Tulane University (Ph.D.) and Trent University.  His research interests are Maya archaeology, especially ceramics and architecture, and anthropological approaches to material culture, religion, technology and gender.  He has published and presented his work widely, and is currently the Ceramicist for the Belize Valley Archaeological  Reconnaissance Project, the Ka’kabish Archaeological Project, and the Lamanai Archaeological Project.

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