Emerging Perspectives: A New Cross-Contextual Analysis of the Niche Monument Corpus

Emerging Perspectives: A New Cross-Contextual Analysis of the Niche Monument Corpus
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  Copyright  by Catherine Lindsey Nuckols Wilde 2019  The Thesis Committee for Catherine Lindsey Nuckols Wilde Certifies that this is the approved version of the following Thesis: Emerging Perspectives A New Cross-Contextual Analysis of the Niche Monument Corpus APPROVED BY SUPERVISING COMMITTEE: Julia E. Guernsey, Supervisor David S. Stuart,   Co-Supervisor    Athanasio Papalexandrou Ronald Covey  Emerging Perspectives A New Cross-Contextual Analysis of the Niche Monument Corpus by Catherine Lindsey Nuckols Wilde Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Austin in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts The University of Texas at Austin May 2019   Dedication To Gerin, who was there for it all.  Acknowledgements The execution, research, and preparation of this thesis would not have been  possible without the guidance of my supervisors and committee members, Drs. Julia Guernsey, David Stuart, Nassos Papalexandrou and Alan Covey. I am especially indebted to Dr. Julia Guernsey for her insight, editing and feedback on my work, and for giving sincere advice in every situation. Every meeting in her office (and her kitchen) brought important lessons that I will carry with me throughout my career. The research execution of this project was aided greatly by Dr. Rebecca Gonz‡lez Lauck of the Museo Nacional de Antropolog’a in Mexico City, as well as my colleagues Adelina Montiel and Denisse Vergara. I am also extremely grateful to the New World Archaeological Foundation of Brigham Young University for allowing me to use their facility for additional resources, especially to Dr. John Clark for his immense generosity, and Ayax Moreno for the wonderful conversations. I would also like to thank the archaeologists and the librarian, Cecilia, at the Museo Regional de Chiapas in Tuxtla, who aided me in research of the niche monuments housed in the collection. In acknowledging the contributions, advice, and assistance I have received throughout this project, I owe immense gratitude to my colleagues at the University of Texas at Austin, especially Katherine McCarthy and Rachel Fleming, whose support and friendship were invaluable throughout this process. Through all the ups and downs of the thesis-writing process, it has all been more fun with you two, and IÕll miss our writing groups. I look forward to seeing your success continue. I am forever grateful to my parents, Bryan and Meg Nuckols, for encouraging me to pursue my interests and seek higher education, and to my grandmother Phyllis v
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