Athens-Oaxaca y puntos intermedios: Steve Kowalewski´s influence in local archaeologists.
Author(s): Nelly Robles Garcia
One of the major contributions of Dr. Kowalweski has been a dual impact in the development of Oaxacan archaeologists, and his model of engagement with communities where he has studied.
Undoubtedly, Steve has been an example to follow in academia, his Valley of Oaxaca survey expanded on Ignacio Bernal´s pioneer study. He and his associates used the full-coverage strategy for the central valleys and replicated it in the Mixteca Alta.
Steve has always been open to include Mexican archaeologists in his projects; and shares and discusses Oaxaca´s archaeology with all interested colleagues. Ethics permeates his works and by doing that he teaches his assistants a way to perform good social archaeology.
His international students received from him a great input at UGA; he made us feel at home, attended and supervised. At last our staying there will be among our best memories of what it means to be a good teacher and a best friend.
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- Society for American Archaeology 80th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2015) •
- Staying Out of Small, Square Holes: The Contributions of Stephen Kowalewski to the Understanding of Human Societies at Regional and Global Scales
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Athens-Oaxaca y puntos intermedios: Steve Kowalewski´s influence in local archaeologists.. Nelly Robles Garcia. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 395856)
min long: -107.271; min lat: 12.383 ; max long: -86.353; max lat: 23.08 ;