Interpreting the Collapse of Classic Maya Civilization: A Case Study of Changing Archaeological Perspectives

@inproceedings{Sabloff1992InterpretingTC,
  title={Interpreting the Collapse of Classic Maya Civilization: A Case Study of Changing Archaeological Perspectives},
  author={J. Sabloff},
  year={1992}
}
This chapter examines how archaeological understandings and interpretations of Precolumbian Maya civilization have changed over the past fifty years. It relates these changes to shifts in the practice of American archaeology in both the methodological and theoretical realms and comments on some current intellectual challenges facing scholars who study the ancient Maya. 
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