Gobernantes, dioses y barrigones: una consideración de formas y temáticas esculturales del Preclásico en la costa del Pacífico y en el piedemonte de Mesoamérica

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Julia Guernsey

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Guernsey, J. (2019). Gobernantes, dioses y barrigones: una consideración de formas y temáticas esculturales del Preclásico en la costa del Pacífico y en el piedemonte de Mesoamérica. KAYPUNKU, 4(1), 463-518. Recuperado a partir de http://kaypunku.com/index.php/kaypunku/article/view/25
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Julia Guernsey, The University of Texas at Austin

Julia Guernsey received her PhD from The University of Texas at Austin in 1997, and has taught ancient Mesoamerican art and culture history in the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin since 2001. Her research and publications continue to focus on the Middle and Late Preclassic periods in ancient Mesoamerica, in particular on sculptural expressions of rulership during this time. She also continues to participate on the La Blanca Archaeological Project, which is exploring this large site that dominated the Pacific coastal and piedmont region of Guatemala during the Middle Preclassic period.