Stephen Houston

Anthropology Brown University, Providence, RI 
Maya, kingship, writing systems, imagery and representation
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Luzzadder-Beach S, Beach T, Garrison T, et al. (2016) Paleoecology and Geoarchaeology at El Palmar and the El Zotz Region, Guatemala Geoarchaeology
Law D, Robertson J, Houston S, et al. (2015) Areal shifts in classic mayan phonology Ancient Mesoamerica. 25: 357-366
Baines J, Stark MT, Garrison TG, et al. (2015) Cities as performance arenas The Cambridge World History: Volume Iii: Early Cities in Comparative Perspective, 4000 Bce-1200 Ce. 94-109
Houston S, Garrison TG. (2015) The dedicated city: Meaning and morphology in classic Maya urbanism The Cambridge World History: Volume Iii: Early Cities in Comparative Perspective, 4000 Bce-1200 Ce. 48-73
Beach T, Luzzadder-Beach S, Flood J, et al. (2015) A neighborly view: Water and environmental history of the El Zotz Region Tikal: Paleoecology of An Ancient Maya City. 258-279
Law D, Houston S, Carter N, et al. (2013) Reading in context: The interpretation of personal reference in ancient maya hieroglyphic texts Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. 23: E23-E47
Cheung KA, Xie N, Yao Z, et al. (2013) Analysis of samples excavated from a royal tomb in El Zotz: Application of materials science characterization techniques in archaeology Acs Symposium Series. 1147: 397-418
Houston S. (2012) The good prince: Transition, texting and moral narrative in the murals of Bonampak, Chiapas, Mexico Cambridge Archaeological Journal. 22: 153-175
Doyle JA, Garrison TG, Houston SD. (2012) Watchful realms: Integrating GIS analysis and political history in the southern Maya lowlands Antiquity. 86: 792-807
Garrison TG, Chapman B, Houston S, et al. (2011) Discovering ancient Maya settlements using airborne radar elevation data Journal of Archaeological Science. 38: 1655-1662
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