Christian Isendahl and Bodil Liljefors Persson (eds.)
Ecology, Power, and Religion in Maya Landscapes. Proceedings of the 11th European Maya Conference, Malmö, December 2006. Acta Mesoamericana, Vol. 23, 2011, 236 pp., cloth, size 21×29.5cm.
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WATER AND CLIMATIC PHENOMENA
Stephen Houston and Karl Taube: The Fiery Pool: Water and Sea among the Classic Maya, pp. 17–37; Patrice Bonnafoux: Water, Droughts, and Early Classic Maya Worldviews, pp. 39–56; Nicholas P. Dunning and Stephen Houston: Chan Ik’: Hurricanes as a Destabilizing Force in the Pre-Hispanic Maya Lowlands, pp. 57–67; Lorraine A. Williams-Beck: Rivers of Ritual and Power in the Northwestern Maya Lowlands, pp. 69–87.
EXPLORING POWER IN THE LANDSCAPE
Alexandre Tokovinine: People from a Place: Re-Interpreting Classic Maya Emblem Glyphs, pp. 91–106; Estella Weiss-Krejci: Reordering the Universe during Tikal’s Dark Age, pp. 107–120; Laura M. Amrhein: Xkeptunich: Terminal Classic Maya Cosmology, Rulership, and the World Tree, pp. 121–132
RITUAL AND BOUNDARIES
Christopher T. Morehart: The Fourth Obligation: Food Offerings in Caves and the Materiality of Sacred Relationships, pp. 135–143; Bodil Liljefors Persson: ”Ualhi Yax Imix Che tu Chumuk”: Cosmology, Ritual and the Power of Place in Yucatec Maya (Con-)Texts, pp. 145–158; Kerry Hull: Ritual and Cosmological Landscapes of the Ch’orti’ Maya, pp. 159–165; Andrés Dapuez: Untimely Dispositions, pp. 167–175; Lars Frühsorge: Memory, Nature and Religion: The Perception of Pre-Hispanic Ruins in a Highland Maya Community, pp. 177–189; Velantina Vapnarsky and Oliver Le Guen: The Guardians of Space and History: Understanding Ecological and Historical Relationships of the Contemporary Yucatec Maya to their Landscape, pp. 191–206.
Christian Isendahl: Thinking about Landscape and Religion in the Pre-Hispanic Maya Lowlands, 209–220; Elizabeth Graham: Darwin at Copan, pp. 221–236.