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February 25, 2020                  VITAE (Feb. 2019)
                                   JOHN E. CLARK

      Work Phone:                 801-422-3822
      Work Fax:                   801-422-0021
      e-mail:                     John_Clark@byu.edu

DEGREES
 B. S.       (1976) Anthropology, Brigham Young University
 M. A.       (1979) Anthropology, Brigham Young University
                    Thesis: A Method for the Analysis of Mesoamerica Lithic Industries: An
                    Application to the Obsidian Industry of La Libertad, Chiapas, Mexico
 Ph. D.      (1994) Anthropology, University of Michigan
                    Dissertation: The Development of Early Formative Rank Societies in the
                    Soconusco, Chiapas, Mexico

EMPLOYMENT
    1977                   Laboratory Assistant for the New World Archaeological
                           Foundation (NWAF)
      1978-1981            Laboratory supervisor, NWAF
      1982-1984            Staff archaeologist and Laboratory Assistant, NWAF
      1985-1987            Archaeologist, NWAF
      1987-2009            Director of the NWAF
      1990-2018            Faculty of Anthropology department

TEACHING
     1976: Introduction to Archaeology and Field Methods, Brigham Young University
     1977: Primitive Technology, BYU
     1981: Museum Techniques, University of Michigan [TA to Richard I. Ford]
     1990-1993: Instructor, BYU
           Archaeology of Social and Political Complexity 390R and 690R
           Economic Anthropology 433
           Anthropology Theory 505
           Ancient Technology 207
           Social Organization 534
           Myth and Ritual in the Southwest U.S. 390R
           Political Anthropology 432
     1994-1995: Assistant Professor, BYU
           Ancient Technology 207
           Political Anthropology 432
           Social Organization 534
           Anthropology of Gender 390R
     1996-1999: Associate Professor, BYU
           Archaeology of the Olmecs 690R

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Economic Anthropology 520
             Anthropology Theory 505
             Ancient Technology 207
             Mesoamerican Kingship 690R
       2000-2020: Professor, BYU
             Political Economy 432
             Economic Anthropology 433
             Archaeological Systematics 501
             Archaeology of Southeast U.S. 590R
             Anthropology of Social Complexity 439
             Mesoamerican Seminar 562R: Formative Mesoamerica
             Political and Legal Institutions 432
             Anthropology Theory: Symbolic 405
             Anthropology 205 [201]: Theoretical Foundations of Anthropology
             Anthropology 499R: Senior Thesis
             Anthropology 500 : History of Archaeological Thought
             Anthropology 501: Current Method and Theory
             Anthropology 203: Contemporary Theory
             Anthropology 430: Moral and Ritual Institutions
             Anthropology 350: Archaeology Cultures of North America
             Anthropology 207: Ancient Technology

LEAVES
              Fall 1999
              Fall 2007
              Fall 2015

BOOK REVIEWS & COMMENTS
     1985 Review of Flintknapping: The Art of Making Stone Tools by Paul Hellweg. In
          Archaeology Magazine, March/April.
     1985 Review of Obsidian Studies in the Great Basin, edited by Richard E. Hughes. In
          Lithic Technology 14:133.
     1985 Review of Prehistoric Quarries and Lithic Production, edited by J. E. Ericson and
          B. A. Purdy. In American Journal of Archaeology.
     1988 Review of Lithic Studies Among the Contemporary Highland Maya, edited by
          Brian Hayden and Stone Tool Use at Cerros, by Suzanne M. Lewenstein. In
          Science 240:1083-1084.
     1990 Review of Craft Specialization in the Prehistoric Channel Islands, California by
          Jeanne E. Arnold. In American Antiquity 55:193.
     1991 Review of Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, edited by Robert J. Sharer and
          David C. Grove. In American Antiquity 56:742-743.

       1996   Comment on: “A Dual Processual Theory for the Evolution of Mesoamerican
              Civilization,” “Ideology, Power, and Urban Society in Prehispanic Oaxaca,”

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“Ideology, Materialization, and Power Strategies”] Current Anthropology 37 (1):
             51-52.
      1998   Review of Foundations of Social Inequality, edited by T. Douglas Price and Gary
             M. Feinman. In American Antiquity 63:500-501.
      1999   Review of Lithics: Macroscopic Approaches to Analysis, by William Andrefsky,
             Jr. In Lithic Technology 24: 141-149.
      1999   Review of Stone Tools: Theoretical Insights into Human Prehistory. Lithic
             Technology 24: 126-135.
      2000   Review of Early Scholars’ Visits to Central America: Reports by Karl Sapper,
             Walter Lehman, and Franz Termer by Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett and Ellen T.
             Hardy, eds. In Latin American Antiquity 11 (3): 304-305.
      2000   Review of Material Symbols: Culture and Economy in Prehistory, by John E.
             Robb. In American Antiquity 65: 578-579.
      2000   Review of The Material Life of Human Beings: Artifacts, Behavior, and
             Communication, by Michael Brian Schiffer. Journal of Anthropological Research
             56: 422-424.
      2002   Comments on Polly Wiessner, “The Vines of Complexity: Egalitarian Structures
             and the Institutionalization of Inequality among the Enga.” Current Anthropology
              43:255-256.
      2003   Review of From Leaders to Rulers, Jonathan Haas, editor. Latin American
             Antiquity 14:97-98.
      2004   Gareth W. Lowe. Anthropology News 45(5):36.
      2005   Review of Lithic Analysis by George H. Odell. Lithic Technology 30:68-70.
      2006   Review of Quintana Roo Archaeology, edited by Justine M. Shaw and Jennifer
             Mathews. American Anthropologist 108:922.
      2008   Comments on Ian Kuijt, “The Regeneration of Life: Structures of Symbolic
             Remembering and Forgetting.” Current Anthropology 49: 187-88.
      2010   Review of Mesoamerican Figurines: Small-scale Indices of Large-scale
             Phenomena. Journal of Anthropological Research 66 (3):416-417.
      2011   Review of Archaic Societies: Diversity and Complexity across the Midcontinent.
             American Anthropologist 113 (1):170-71.
      2011   Review of The Aztec Calendar Stone. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21
             (2):317-319.
      2013   Review of Early New World Monumentality. Latin American Antiquity
             24(2):233-35.
      2017   Review of Manufactured Light: Mirrors in the Mesoamerican Realm. Latin
             American Antiquity .....
      2017   Review of The Ch’ol Maya of Chiapas. Ethnohistory 64 (4):553-554.



PUBLICATIONS
     1977 A Macrocore in the Regional Museum in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico.
          Lithic Technology 6(30):30-32.

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1977 Mesoamerican Large Polyhedral Cores. Katunob 10(4):79-93.
1978 Contemporary Obsidian Use at Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico. Lithic Technology
     7(3):44.
1979 (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr.)
     A Behavioral Model for the Obsidian Industry of Chiapa de Corzo. Estudios de
     Cultura Maya 12:33-51.
1979 A Method for the Analysis of Mesoamerican Lithic Industries. An Application to
     the Obsidian Industry of La Libertad. Unpublished MA thesis. Department of
     Anthropology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
1979 A Specialized Obsidian Quarry at Otumba, Mexico: Implications for the Study of
     Mesoamerican Obsidian Technology and Trade. Lithic Technology 8(3):46-49.
1980 (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr.)
     Patrones de comercio en la cuenca del Grijalva, Chiapas. In Rutas de Intercambio
     en Mesoamérica y el Norte de México, pp. 339-344, XVI Reunión de Mesa
     Redonda, September 1979, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.
1981 (with Margarita Gaxiola and Dolores Soto de Arechavaleta)
     Conferences on Mesoamerican Chipped Stone. Lithic Technology 10(1):1-11.
1981 Guatemalan Obsidian Sources and Quarries: Additional Notes. Journal of New
     World Archaeology 4(3):1-15.
1981 La producción de puntas de flecha en Yerba Buena, Chiapas, México. Revista
     Mexicana de Estudios Antropológicas 27(2):131-138.
1981 The Early Preclassic Obsidian Industry at Paso de la Amada, Chiapas, Mexico.
     Estudios de Cultura Maya 13:265-283.
1982 An Ethnographic Note on “Water Treatment of Flint.” Lithic Technology 11(1):2-
     3.
1982 (with Margarita Gaxiola and Dolores Soto de Arechavaleta)
     Lithic Studies in Mesoamerica: Two Symposia. Lithic Technology 11(2):35-38.
1982 Manufacture of Mesoamerican Prismatic Blades: An Alternative Technique.
     American Antiquity 47(2):355-376.
1983 (with James D. Nations as senior author)
     Bows and Arrows of the Lacandon Maya. Archaeology, January-February:36-43.
1983 (with Douglas D. Bryant as senior author)
     Los primeros Mayas precolumbinos de la cuenca superior del Río Grijalva. In
     Homenaje a Frans Blom: Anthropología e Historia de los Mixe-Zoques y Mayas,
     edited by Lorenzo Ochoa and Thomas A. Lee Jr., pp. 223-239. Centro de Estudios
     Mayas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México, Mexico.
1984 Counterflaking and the Manufacture of Prismatic Blades. Lithic Technology
     13(2):52-61.
1984 (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr.)
     Formative Obsidian Exchange and the Emergence of Public Economies in
     Chiapas, Mexico. In Trade and Exchange in Early Mesoamerica, edited by K.
     Hirth, pp. 235-274. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
1985 Platforms, Bits, Punches and Vises: A Potpourri of Mesoamerican Blade
     Technology. Lithic Technology 14(1):1-15.

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1986 Another Look at Small Debitage and Microdebitage. Lithic Technology 15(1):21-
     33.
1986 From Mountains to Molehills: A Critical Review of Teotihuacan's Obsidian
     Industry. In Research in Economic Anthropology, Supplement 2, edited by Barry
     L. Isaac, pp. 23-74. JAI Press Inc. Greenwich, Connecticut.
1987 Politics, Prismatic Blades, and Mesoamerican Civilization. In The Organization
     of Core Technology, edited by Jay K. Johnson and Carol A. Morrow, pp 259-284.
     Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado.
1988 Chipped Stone Artifacts from Yerba Buena, Chiapas. Appendix 1 in Douglas
     Donne Bryant, Excavations at House 1, Yerba Buena, Chiapas, Mexico. Papers of
     the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 54. Provo.
1988 (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr. as senior author)
     Oro, Tela y Jute: Investigaciones Arqueológicas en la Región de Camcum,
     Colonia Las Delicias, Chiapas. Arqueología 4:7-46.
1988 The Lithic Artifacts of La Libertad, Chiapas, Mexico. Papers of the New World
     Archaeological Foundation, No. 52. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
1989 A Conversation with Don Crabtree. In La Obsidiana en Mesoamérica, edited by
     Margarita Gaxiola and John E. Clark, pp. 131-135. Instituto Nacional de
     Antropología e Historia, Mexico City.
1989 Hacia una Definición de Talleres. In La Obsidiana en Mesoamérica, edited by
     Margarita Gaxiola and John E. Clark, pp. 213-217. Instituto Nacional de
     Antropología e Historia, Mexico City.
1989 La Fabricación de Navajas Prismáticas. In La Obsidiana en Mesoamérica, edited
     by Margarita Gaxiola and John E. Clark, pp. 147-155. Instituto Nacional de
     Antropología e Historia, Mexico City.
1989 (Margarita Gaxiola G. and John E. Clark, editors)
     La Obsidiana en Mesoamérica. Colección Científica, no. 176. Instituto Nacional
     de Antropología e Historia, Mexico City.
1989 La Técnica de Talla de los Lacandones de Chiapas. In La Obsidiana en
     Mesoamérica, edited by Margarita Gaxiola and John E. Clark, pp. 443-448.
     Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico City.
1989 Obsidian: The Primary Mesoamerican Sources. In La Obsidiana en Mesoamérica,
     edited by Margarita Gaxiola and John E. Clark, pp. 299-319. Instituto Nacional de
     Antropología e Historia, Mexico City.
1989 Obsidian Tool Manufacture. In Ancient Trade and Tribute: Economies of the
     Soconusco Region of Mesoamerica, edited by Barbara Voorhies, pp.215-228.
     University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
1989 (with Tamara Salcedo Romero)
     Ocos Obsidian Distribution in Chiapas, Mexico. In New Frontiers in the
     Archaeology of the Pacific Coast of Southern Mesoamerica, edited by Frederick
     Bove and Lynette Heller, pp. 15-24. Arizona State University, Tempe.
1989 (with Michael Blake)
     Origin de la Civilización en Mesoamérica: Los Olmecas y Mokaya del Soconusco
     de Chiapas, Mexico. In Preclásico o Formativo: Avances y Perspectivas, edited

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by Martha Carmona Macias, pp. 385-405. Museo Nacional de Antropología,
       Mexico.
1989   (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr. and Tamara Salcedo)
       The Distribution of Obsidian. In Ancient Trade and Tribute: Economies of the
       Soconusco Region of Mesoamerica, edited by Barbara Voorhies, pp. 268-284.
       University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
       1990 (with William J. Parry)
1990   Craft Specialization and Cultural Complexity. Research in Economic
       Anthropology 12:289-345.
1990   Enfoque Experimental en el Análisis de Talleres de Obsidiana Mesoamericanos:
       Un Ejemplo de Ojo de Agua, Chiapas, México. In Nuevos Enfoques en el Estudio
       de la Lítica, editied by Dolores Soto de Arechavaleta, pp. 83-133. Instituto de
       Investigaciones Antropológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,
       Mexico City.
1990   Fifteen Fallacies in Lithic Workshop Interpretation: An Experimental and
       Ethnoarchaeological Perspective. In Etnoarqueología: Primer Coloquio Bosch-
       Gimpera, edited by Yoko Sugiura Y. and Mari Carmen Serra P, pp. 497-512.
       Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
1990   (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr.)
       Intercambio de Obsidiana y las Primeras Economias Públicas en Chiapas,
       México. In Nuevos Enfoques en el Estudio de la Lítica, edited by Dolores Soto de
       Arechavaleta, pp. 347-404. Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas,
       Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
1990   (with Michael Blake)
       Investigaciones del Formativo Temprano del litoral chiapaneco. Consejo de
       Arqueología, Boletin 1989: 21-24. Mexico City.
1990   La Cultura Mokaya: Una Civilización Pre-Olmeca del Soconusco. In Primer Foro
       de Arqueología de Chiapas, México: Cazadores-Recolectores, Agricultores
       Tempranos, pp. 63-74. Serie Memorias Chiapas, no. 4. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas,
       Mexico.
1990   La Fase Lato de la Cuenca Superior del Río Grijalva: Implicaciones por el
       Despligue de la Cultura Mokaya. In Primer Foro de Arqueología de Chiapas,
       México: Cazadores-Recolectores, Agricultores Tempranos, pp. 107-110. Serie
       Memorias Chiapas, no. 4. Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico.
1990   Olmecas, Olmequismo, y Olmequización en Mesoamérica. Arqueología 3:49-56.
1990   (with Fred W. Nelson as senior author)
       The Determination of Exchange Patterns in Prehistoric Mesoamerica. In Nuevos
       Enfoques en el Estudio de la Lítica, edited by Dolores Soto de Arechavaleta, pp.
       153-175. Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, Universidad Nacional
       Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
1991   Flintknapping and Debitage Disposal among the Maya of Chiapas, Mexico. In
       The Ethnoarchaeology of Refuse Disposal, edited by Edward Staski and
       Livingston D. Sutro, pp.63-78. Anthropological Research Papers, no. 42, Arizona
       State University.

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1991   (with Michael Blake)
       Investigaciones del Formativo Temprano en el litoral chiapaneco: Temporada
       1990. Consejo de Arqueología, Boletín 1990: 59-61. Mexico City
1991   (with Thomas A. Lee, Jr., and Tamara Salcedo R.)
       La Distribución de la Obsidiana. In La Economía del Antiguo Soconusco,
       Chiapas, Edited by B. Voorhies, pp. 131-331. Universidad Nacional Autónoma
       de México y Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas, México.
1991   La Manufactura de Instrumentos de Obsidiana. In La Economía del Antiguo
       Soconusco, Chiapas, edited by Barbara Voorhies, pp. 251-267. Universidad
       Nacional Autónoma de México y Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas, México.
1991   Modern Lacandon Lithic Technology and Blade Workshops. In Maya Stone
       Tools: Selected Papers from the Second Maya Lithic Conference, edited by
       Thomas R. Hester and Harry J. Shafer, pp. 251-265. Prehistory Press, Madison.
1991   The Beginnings of Mesoamerica: Apologia for the Soconusco Early Formative. In
       The Formation of Complex Society in Southeastern Mesoamerica, edited by
       William R. Fowler, pp. 13-26. CRC Press, Boca Raton.
1991   (with Douglas Donne Bryant)
       The Production of Chert Projectile Points at Yerba Buena, Chiapas, Mexico. In
       Maya Stone Tools: Selected Papers from the Second Maya Lithic Conference,
       edited by Thomas R. Hester and Harry J. Shafer, pp.85-102. Prehistory Press,
       Madison.
1992   (Blake, Michael, John E. Clark, Brian S. Chisholm, and Karen Mudar)
       Non-agricultural Staples and Agricultural Supplements: Early Formative
       Subsistence in the Soconusco Region, Mexico. In Transitions to Agriculture in
       Prehistory, edited by Anne B. Gebauer and T. Douglas Price, pp. 133-151.
       Monographs in World Archaeology, no. 4. Prehistory Press, Madison.
1992   (Blake, Michael, Brian S. Chisholm, John E. Clark, Barbara Voorhies, and
       Michael W. Love)
       Prehistoric Subsistence in the Soconusco Region. Current Anthropology 33:83-
       94.
1993   Los Mokayas. In La Población Indígena de Chiapas, edited by Victor M.
       Esponda, pp. 25-45. Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas, Tuxtla Gutierrez.
1993   Quienes fueron los Olmecas? In Segundo y Tercer Foro de Arqueología de
       Chiapas, pp. 45-55. Consejo Estatal de Fomento a la Investigación y Difusión de
       la Cultura, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas.
1993   Una Reevaluación de la Entidad Política Olmeca: ¿Imperio, Estado, o Cacicazgo?
       In Segundo y Tercer Foro de Arqueología de Chiapas, pp. 159-169. Consejo
       Estatal de Fomento a la Investigación y Difusión de la Cultura, Tuxtla Gutierrez,
       Chiapas.
1994   Antecedentes de la Cultura Olmeca. In Los Olmecas en Mesoamérica, edited by
       John E. Clark, pp. 30-41. Citibank of Mexico and Editorial Equilibrista, Madrid.
1994   Antiguos Implementos y Ornaments de Obsidiana. In Cristales y Obsidiana
       Prehispánicos, edited by Mari Carmen Serra and Felipe Solis, pp. 41-51. Siglo
       Vientiuno Editores, Mexico.

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1994   El Sistema Económica de los Primeros Olmecas. In Los Olmecas en
       Mesoamérica, edited by John E. Clark, pp. 190-201. Citibank of Mexico and
       Editorial Equilibrista, Madrid.
1994   (Editor)
       Los Olmecas en Mesoamérica. Citibank of Mexico and Editorial Equilibrista,
       Madrid.
1994   Los Olmecas, Pueblo del primer sol. In Los Olmecas en Mesoamérica, edited by
       E. Clark, pp. 14-19. Citibank of Mexico and Editorial Equilibrista, Madrid.
1994   (with Tomás Perez S.)
       Los Olmecas y el Primer Milenio de Mesoamérica. In Los Olmecas en
       Mesoamérica, edited by John E. Clark, pp. 260-275. Citibank of Mexico and
       Editorial Equilibrista, Madrid.
1994   ¿Quienes fueron los Olmecas? In XXII Mesa Redonda de Antropologia, pp. 83-
       99. Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico.
1994   The Development of Early Formative Rank Societies in the Soconusco, Chiapas,
       Mexico. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University
       of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
1994   (with Michael Blake)
       The Power of Prestige: Competitive Generosity and the Emergence of Rank
       Society in Lowland Mesoamerica. In Factional Competition and Political
       Development in the New World, edited by Elizabeth M. Brumfiel and John W.
       Fox, pp. 17-30. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
1995   A Maya Grass Axe or Corn Sickle. Lithic Technology 20 (2): 128-134.
1995   (Blake, Michael, John E. Clark, Barbara Voorhies, George Michaels, Michael W.
       Love, Mary W., Pye, Arthur Demarest, and Barbara Arroyo)
       A Revised Chronology for the Late Archaic and Formative Periods Along the
       Pacific Coast of Southeastern Mesoamerica. Ancient Mesoamerica 6: 161-183.
1995   Craft Specialization as an Archaeological Category. Research in Economic
       Anthropology 16: 267-294.
1995   (with Dennis Gosser)
       Reinventing Mesoamerica's First Pottery. In The Emergence of Pottery, edited by
       William K. Barnett and John W. Hoopes, pp. 209-221. Smithsonian Press,
       Washington, D.C.
1996   Algunas Observaciones sobre la Lítica de Lacantún, un Sitio Maya de la Selva
       Lacandona. Anuario 1995: Centro de Estudios Superiores de México y
       Centroamérica, pp. 444-458. Universidad de Ciencias y Artes del Estado de
       Chiapas. Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas.
1996   Craft Specialization and Olmec Civilization. In Craft Specialization and Social
       Evolution: In Memory of V. Gordon Childe, edited by Bernard Wailes, pp. 187-
       199. The University Museum of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.
1996   Early Complex Societies on the Pacific Coast of Chiapas, Mexico. In The
       Prehistory of the Americas, edited by Thomas R. Hester, Laura Laurencich-
       Minelli, and Sandro Salvatori, pp. 43-53. Colloquium 17 of the International
       Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, Forlí, Italy.

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1996 Lithics: Technological Analysis of Lithics. In The Oxford Companion to
     Archaeology, B. M. Fagan, ed., pp. 390-91. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
1996 [Reprint of article with Michael Blake]
     The Power of Prestige: Competitive Generosity and the Emergence of Rank
     Societies in Lowland Mesoamerica. In Contemporary Archaeology in Theory,
     edited by Robert W. Preucel and Ian Hodder, pp. 258-281. Blackwell publishers.
1996 (with Steven A. Rosen as Senior Author)
     What Mean these Stones?: Thoughts on Teaching Lithic Analysis in the Core
     Curriculum. Lithic Technology 21:40-47.
1997 (with Douglas Donne Bryant)
     A Technological Typology of Prismatic Blades and Debitage from Ojo de Agua,
     Chiapas, Mexico. Ancient Mesoamerica 8:111-136.
1997 La Fabricación de Instrumentos de Piedra en Mesoamerica. Arqueología
     Mexicana 5(27):42-51.
1997 (with Mario Tejada Bouscayrol as senior author)
     Los Pueblos Prehispánicos de Chiapas, in Historia de Chiapas: Antología Vol. I.
     pp. 9-54. Colegio de Bachilleres de Chiapas. Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.
1997 Prismatic Blade-making, Craftsmanship, and Production: An Analysis of
     Obsidian Refuse from Ojo de Agua, Chiapas, Mexico. Ancient Mesoamerica
     8:137-159.
1997 The Arts of Government in Early Mesoamerica. Annual Review of Anthropology.
     Vol. 26:211-234.
1998 (with Warren D. Hill and Michael Blake as senior authors)
     Ball Court Design dates back 3,400 years. Nature 392 (April):878-79.
1998 (with Stephen Houston)
     Craft Specialization, Gender, and Personhood among the Post-conquest Maya of
     Yucatan, Mexico. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological
     Association 8:31-46.
1998 La Fabricación de Instrumentos de Piedra en Mesoamérica. Antología de
     Arqueología Mexicana, vol. II: 120-129.
1998 (with Fred W. Nelson, Jr. as senior author)
     Obsidian Production and Exchange in Eastern Mesoamerica. in Rutas de
     Intercambio en Mesoamerica: III Coloquio, Pedro Bosch Gimpera, edited by
     Evelyn C. Rattray, pp. 277-333. Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico.
1999 (with Michael Blake as senior author)
     The Emergence of Hereditary Inequality: The Case of Pacific Coastal Chiapas,
     Mexico. In Pacific Latin America in Prehistory: The Evolution of Archaic and
     Formative Cultures, edited by Michael Blake, pp. 55-73. Washington University
     Press, Pullman.
2000 (Geoffrey E. Braswell, John E. Clark, Kazuo Aoyama, Heather I. McKillop, and
     Michael D. Glascock)
     Determining the Geological Provenance of Obsidian Artifacts from the Maya
     Region: A Test of the Efficacy of Visual Sourcing. Latin American Antiquity 11
     (3): 269-282.

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2000   (Mario Tejada, John Clark, Beatriz Balcárcel)
       Exploraciones Arqueológicas de la Cuenca Superior del Rio Grijalva en
       Huehuetenango, Guatemala. XIII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en
       Guatemala, 1999, pp. 869-882.
2000   (with Mary Pye as senior author)
       Introducing Olmec Archaeology. In Olmec Art and Archaeology in Mesoamerica.
       J. E. Clark and M. E. Pye, eds., pp. 9-17. National Gallery of Art, Washington,
       D.C.
2000   (with Richard D. Hansen and Tomas Perez S.)
       La Zona Maya en el Preclásico. In Historia Antigua de Mexico, Vol 1: El México
       Antiguo, sus áreas culturales, los orígenes y el horizonte Preclásico, 2nd, edited
       by Linda Manzanilla and Leonardo Lopez Lujan, pp. 437-510. UNAM, Mexico
       City.
2000   Los Pueblos de Chiapas en el Formativo. In Las Culturas de Chiapas en el
       Periodo Prehispánico, edited by Durdica Segota, pp. 36-59. Caducean del
       Consejo Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes de Chiapas y Consejo Nacional para la
       Cultura y las Artes, Piancoteca Editores, Mexico City, Mexico.
2000   (Editor, with Mary Pye as co-editor)
       Olmec Art and Archaeology in Mesoamerica. National Gallery of Art,
       Washington, D.C.
2000   (with Richard D. Hansen)
       Preclásico Tardío (400 a.C.-200 d.C.). Arqueología Mexicana 8 (46): 12-19.
2000   (with Mary Pye)
       The Pacific Coast and the Olmec Question. In Olmec Art and Archaeology in
       Mesoamerica, edited by John E. Clark and Mary E. Pye, pp. 217-251. National
       Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
2000   (Reprint of article with Michael Blake])
       The Power of Prestige: Competitive Generosity and the Emergence of Rank
       Societies in Lowland Mesoamerica. In The Ancient Civilizations of Mesoamerica:
       A Reader, edited by Michael Smith and Marilyn Masson, pp. 252-270. Blackwell
       publishers.
2000   Towards a Better Explanation of Hereditary Inequality: A Critical Assessment of
       Natural and Historic Human Agents. In Agency in Archaeology, edited by Marcia-
       Anne Dobres and John Robb, pp. 92-112. Routledge, London.
2001   Chiapas Interior Plateau. In Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America:
       An Encyclopedia, edited by Susan T. Evans and David L. Webster, pp. 123-127.
       Garland Publishing, New York.
2001   Ciudades Tempranas Olmecas. In Reconstruyendo la Ciudad Maya: El
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       Survey. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 79. Edited by
       Michael Blake, Thomas A. Lee Jr, Mary E. Pye, and John E. Clark, pp. 102-148.
       Provo, Utah.

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2016   (Michael Blake, Thomas A. Lee Jr., James M. White, John E. Clark, and Mary E.
       Pye)
       Site Descriptions: Municipio La Trinitaria Tr-1 to Tr-107. In Upper Grijalva
       River Basin Survey. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 79.
       Edited by Michael Blake, Thomas A. Lee Jr, Mary E. Pye, and John E. Clark, pp.
       150-310. Provo, Utah.
2016   (Michael Blake, Thomas A. Lee Jr., John E. Clark, and Mary E. Pye)
       Site Descriptions: Municipio La Trinitaria Tr-108 to Tr-206. In Upper Grijalva
       River Basin Survey. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 79.
       Edited by Michael Blake, Thomas A. Lee Jr, Mary E. Pye, and John E. Clark, pp.
       312-421. Provo, Utah.
2016   Western Kingdoms of the Middle Preclassic. In The Origins of Maya States,
       edited by Loa P. Traxler and Robert J. Sharer, pp. 123-224. University of
       Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia.
2016   (with Michael Blake, Thomas A. Lee Jr, and Mary E. Pye as senior editors)
       Upper Grijalva River Basin Survey. Papers of the New World Archaeological
       Foundation, No. 79. Provo, Utah.
2017   Mound 15 Caches and Burials in Site Perspective. In The Archaeological Salvage
       of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner,
       Suzanne Herman, and John E. Clark, pp. 259-294. Papers of the New World
       Archaeological Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah.
2017   Prologue: Putting Humpty-Dumpty Together Again. In The Archaeological
       Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene
       Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John E. Clark, pp. 1-10. Papers of the New World
       Archaeological Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah.
2017   The Middle History of Chiapa de Corzo: Soke or Maya? In The Archaeological
       Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene
       Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John E. Clark, pp. 375-392. Papers of the New
       World Archaeological Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah.
2017   (with Suzanne Herman as junior author)
       Stone Artifacts. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo,
       Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John E.
       Clark, pp. 333-372. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No.
       81. Provo, Utah.

2017 (with Eduardo Martínez E, Gareth W. Lowe, and Darlene Glauner as junior
     authors)
     Architectural Sequence. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de
     Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John
     E. Clark, pp. 29-66. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No.
     81. Provo, Utah.
2017 (with Darlene Glauner and Suzanne Herman as senior editors)
     The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico.
     Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah
2017 (with Darlene Glauner and Suzanne Herman as senior authors)

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Burials. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas,
       Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John E. Clark, pp. 95-
       257. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah.
2017   (with Darlene Glauner and Suzanne Herman as senior authors)
       Caches. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas,
       Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John E. Clark, pp. 67-
       93. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah.
2017   (with Suzanne Herman and Darlene Glauner as senior authors)
       Ceramic Artifacts. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de
       Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John
       E. Clark, pp. 295-323. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No.
       81. Provo, Utah.
2017   (with Suzanne Herman and Darlene Glauner as senior authors)
       Shell and Bone Artifacts. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15, Chiapa de
       Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and John
       E. Clark, pp. 325-332. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No.
       81. Provo, Utah.
2017   (with Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman, and Gareth W. Lowe as senior authors)
       Excavations and Chronology. In The Archaeological Salvage of Mound 15,
       Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico, edited by Darlene Glauner, Suzanne Herman,
       and John E. Clark, pp. 11-27. Papers of the New World Archaeological
       Foundation, No. 81. Provo, Utah.
2017   (with Artemio Villatoro Alvarado and Juan Carlos López Espinosa)
       Appendix: Artifacts from Mound 32. In Chiapa de Corzo Montículo 32, su
       Salvamento y Consolidación, by Eduardo Martínez Espinosa and Gareth W.
       Lowe, pp. 57-125. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 82.
       Provo, Utah.

2018   (with Thomas A. Lee)
       A Touch of Teotihuacan at Izapa: The Contents of Two Burials from Group F.
       Ancient Mesoamerica 29(2):265-288.
2018   Izapa’s Protoclassic Disruption. In Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings,
       Burials, and Monuments. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation,
       No. 83. by John E. Clark, Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, pp. 353-387.
       Provo.
2018   The People of Izapa. In Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings, Burials, and
       Monuments. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 83. by
       John E. Clark, Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, pp. 389-405. Provo, Utah.
2018   (with Rosemary Lieske)
       Introduction. In Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings, Burials, and Monuments.
       Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 83. by John E. Clark,
       Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, pp. 1-10. Provo, Utah.
2018   (with Rosemary Lieske, and Gareth W. Lowe) Burials. In Izapa Group B:
       Excavations, Offerings, Burials, and Monuments. Papers of the New World
       Archaeological Foundation, No. 83. by John E. Clark, Gareth W. Lowe,

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Rosemary Lieske, pp. 135-202. Provo, Utah.
       2018   (with Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, and Ayax Moreno)
               Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings, Burials, and Monuments. Papers of the
              New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 83. Provo, Utah.
       2018   (with Ayax Moreno)
              Stone Monuments of Group B. In Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings,
              Burials, and Monuments. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation,
              No. 83. by John E. Clark, Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, pp. 203-305.
              Provo, Utah.
       2018   (Lieske, Rosemary, John E. Clark, and Gareth W. Lowe)
               Offerings. In Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings, Burials, and Monuments.
              Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 83. by John E. Clark,
              Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, pp. 107-134. Provo, Utah.
       2018   (Lieske, Rosemary, Gareth W. Lowe, and John E. Clark)
               Excavations. In Izapa Group B: Excavations, Offerings, Burials, and
              Monuments. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 83. by
              John E. Clark, Gareth W. Lowe, Rosemary Lieske, pp. 11-106. Provo, Utah.

PUBLICATIONS IN PRESS
     2016 (with John Hodgson)
          Settling Down in Middle America. Chapter for book in Berlin.
     2016 Hammerstones

Clark, John E., editor
        2020 The Classic and Postclassic Occupation at Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico: Excavations
               in Group F. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 85, Provo,
               Utah.

Clark, John E.
        2020 Introduction. In The Classic and Postclassic Occupation at Izapa, Chiapas,
               Mexico: Excavations in Group F. Papers of the New World Archaeological
               Foundation, No. 85, edited by John E. Clark, pp. Xxx. Provo, Utah.


Clark, John E., and Thomas A. Lee
        2020 Izapa’s Post-Sculpture Ceramic Complexes. In The Classic and Postclassic
               Occupation at Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico: Excavations in Group F. Papers of the
               New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 85, edited by John E. Clark, pp. Xxx.
               Provo, Utah.
        2020 Monument Excavations and Monuments. In The Classic and Postclassic
               Occupation at Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico: Excavations in Group F. Papers of the
               New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 85, edited by John E. Clark, pp. Xxx.
               Provo, Utah.

Lee, Thomas A., and John E. Clark

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