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Norman Hammond

Norman Hammond (born 10 July 1944)[1] is a British archaeologist, academic and Mesoamericanist scholar, noted for his publications and research on the pre-Columbian Maya civilization. Educated at Peterhouse, Cambridge, as of 2009 Hammond is a professor in the Archaeology Department at Boston University's College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), where he has been a faculty member since 1988.[2] As well as specialising in the archaeology of Maya lowland sites in Belize, Hammond has also written on the emergence of complex societies in general, and the history of archaeology.

Since 1968, Dr. Hammond has worked in the Maya lowlands at the following sites in Belize, Central America: Lubaantun (1970-1971), Nohmul (1973-1986), Cuello (1975-1986), and most recently La Milpa (1992-2002).

Professor Hammond is currently teaching at Boston University. He held previous positions at: Cambridge University (1967–75), Bradford University (1975–77), Rutgers University (1977–88) and has been a Visiting Professor at the University of California at Berkeley, Jilin University (China), the Sorbonne and the University of Bonn.

Norman Hammond has served on the Editorial Boards of Ancient Mesoamerica and the Journal of Field Archaeology. He has also been the archaeology correspondent for The Times newspaper in London.

In 1998 Hammond was elected as a corresponding Fellow of the British Academy (FBA), honouring his contributions to the field of Mayanist research.[2]

Contents

  • Published works 1
  • Notes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Published works

Hammond's published works include:

  • Cuello: An Early Maya Community in Belize. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York (1991).
  • Ancient Maya Civilization. Cambridge University Press and Rutgers University Press. (1982, Fifth edition 1994)
  • Lubaantun: A Classic Maya Realm. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Monograph 2. Cambridge, MA (1975).

Notes

  1. ^ "Birthdays".  
  2. ^ a b BU Office of University Relations 1998

References

BU Office of University Relations (25 September 1998). "Archaeology prof elected to British Academy" (online reproduction). B.U. Bridge (Brookline, MA:  
 

External links

  • Works by or about Norman Hammond in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
  • Faculty profile, Archaeology Dept, Boston University College of Arts and Sciences
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