Maya Imagery, Architecture, and Activity: Space and Spatial Analysis in Art History
In examining space, the contributors of this volume demonstrate the core interrelationships inherent in a wide variety of places and spaces, both concrete and abstract. They explore the links between spatial order and cosmic order and the possibility that such connections have sociopolitical consequences. This book will prove useful not just to Mayanists but to art historians in other fields and scholars from a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, archaeology, geography, and landscape architecture.
"This volume brings together the best recent work on Mesoamerican space and leavens it with some of the most sophisticated, productive theories of spatial analysis from across the humanities and social sciences." Rex Koontz, author of Lightning Gods and Feathered Serpents: The Public Sculpture of El Tajin"
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- Maline D. Werness-Rude(Editor) Kaylee R. Spencer(Editor)
- University of New Mexico Press (30 May 2015)
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