Andrea Stone

Andrea Joyce Stone

Curriculum Vitae: pdf - 86kb

Degrees:

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, Art History, 1983
M.A., University of Texas at Austin, Art History, 1977
B.F.A., University of Florida, Studio Art, 1974

Research Interests:

Maya Art and Iconography, Maya Art and Gender Theory, Mesoamerican Rock Art, Maya Cave Art

Teaching Interests:

Mesoamerican Art, Maya Art, Andean Art, African Art, Oceanic Art, Native American Art

Courses Taught:

ArtHist 104: African, New World, and Oceanic Art and Architecture
ArtHist 371: African Art
ArtHist 372: Precolumbian Art of South America
ArtHist 373: Mesoamerican Art
ArtHist 474: Maya Art
ArtHist 770: rotating graduate seminars

Recent Publications:

(with Marc Zender) Reading Maya Art: A Hieroglyphic Guide to Maya Painting and Sculpture (2011, Thames and Hudson, London)

Keeping Abreast of the Maya: A Study of the Female Body in Maya Art. Ancient Mesoamerica (2011, forthcoming)

Colonial Cave Art in the Northern Maya Lowlands: The Dark Side of the Maya Worldview After the Conquest. In Maya Worldview at Conquest (L. Cecil and T. Pugh, eds.), pp. 111-133. (2009, University Press of Colorado, Boulder).

(editor of) Heart of Creation: The Mesoamerican World and the Legacy of Linda Schele (2002, University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa).


 
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