AIA Lecturer: Rosemary Joyce

Lectures by Rosemary Joyce

University of California, Berkeley

Rosemary Joyce

Rosemary Joyce is Professor of Anthropology with the University of California, Berkeley. She received her degrees from Cornell University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Ph.D.). She specializes in the archaeology of Mesoamerica and Central America as well as focusing on gender and sexuality, household archaeology, landscape and settlement patterns, and ceramic analysis. She is currently the director of the Colonial Archaeology of Northern Honduras Project, has most recently published "Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives" (2008, Thames & Hudson), and has received numerous awards and honors for her work.

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