Publications

Books/monographs (3)

66.   2006a The Roads In-Between: Causeways and Polyagentive Networks at Ichmul and Yo’okop, Cochuah Region, Mexico. Göteborg: Göteborg University. 352 pages.

65.   2004a Caught Somewhere in Time: Polyagentive Archaeology in the Maya Lowlands. Göteborg: Göteborg University. 231 pages.

64.   2000a Genderized Time and Space in Late Classic Maya Calendars. Göteborg: Göteborg University. 71 pages.

 

Peer-reviewed articles (6)

63.     2012. Osmanagic and Mayanism. AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology, Volume 2, 35-37.     

62.   2010a Involutions of materiality: Operationalizing a neo-materialist perspective through the causeways of Ichmul and Yo’okop, Mexico. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 17(2):132-173. 42 pages.

61.   2009a The making of a home: assembling houses at Nohcacab, Mexico. World Archaeology 41(3):430-444. 15 pages.

60.   2008a The triadic causeways of Ichmul: virtual highways becoming actual roads. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18(2):215-237. 24 pages.

59.   2006b Ethnicity and the shaed quasi-objects: issues of becoming relating to two open-fronted structures at Nohcacab, Quintana Roo, Mexico.Maya Ethnicity: The Construction of Ethnic Identity from the Preclassic to Modern Times. F. Sachse, ed.  61-81. Markt Schwaben: Verlag Anton Saurwein. 21 pages.

58.   2004b Sakbihs and polyagency: the architectural causes of human behaviour in the Cochuah region, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Current Swedish Archaeology 12:141-168. 28 pages.

 

Other articles (12)

57.  2012  The road of life. Bodies-politic in the Maya area. To Tender Gender: The Pasts and Futures of Gender Research in Archaeology. I. Back-Danielsson and S. Thedéen, eds., pp. 117-136. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology 58. Stockholm University: Stockholm.

56.  2010b   Face/Off: A neomaterialist study of the Face. Making Sense of Things: Archaeologies of Sensory Perception. F. Fahlander and A. Kjellström, eds., 69-82. Stockholm Studies in Archaeology 53. Stockholm: Stockholm University.

55.   2009b Maya chaosmos: 2600 years on the cave’s path. Acta Americana 17(1): 81-105.

54.   2007a Lethal encounters: warfare and virtual ideologies in the Maya area. Encounters/ Materialities/Confrontations: Archaeologies of Social Space and Interaction. P. Cornell and F. Fahlander, eds. 165-197. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. 33 pages.

53.   2007b Apocalypto – Mel Gibsons maya kontra arkeologernas maya. Arkeologen 12 (1):16-21. 6 pages.

52.   2006c  Koloniala och postkoloniala bilder av “mayakulturen”. Arkeologen 11 (1-2):46-50. 5 pages.

51.   2006d Mayas historia. Spelet om maya: en utställning om arkeologiska berättelser, T. Frambäck, ed. 9-11. Stockholm: Statens historiska museum. 3 pages.

50.   2005a Vägnätet i Ichmul, Cochuah regionen, Mexiko: Resultat från 2005 års säsong. Arkeologen 10 (3-4):8-13. 6 pages.

49.   2004c Discontinuous Maya identities: culture and ethnicity in Mayanist discourse. Material Culture and Other Things: Post-disciplinary Studies in the 21st Century. F. Fahlander and T. Oestigaard, eds. 109-160. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 52 pages.

48.   2000b “Baktuniarism” behind radical changes in pre-Columbian Maya societies. Etnografiska museet i Göteborg: Årstryck 1995-1998. S.E. Isacsson, ed. 97-109. Göteborg: Etnografiska museet i Göteborg. 13 pages.

 

Backensved, Karin, Henrik Christiansson, Cecilia Johansson and Johan Normark

47.   1997a Stenbalt och lite bronsgrunkor. Arkeologi över gränser: möten mellan lettisk och svensk arkeologi. O.W. Jensen, H. Karlsson and A. Vijups eds. 77-88. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 12 pages.

46.   1996    Stenbalt och lite bronsgrunkor. En annorlunda arkeologisk kontext: upplevelser från en exkursion till Lettland 2-8/10-1995. O.W. Jensen and H. Karlsson, eds. 39-47. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 9 pages.

 

Field reports (32)

45.   2008b Gruta de Alux. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2008 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 44-47. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.4 pages.

44.   2008c  San Manuel. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2008 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 81-82. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 2 pages.

43.   2008d Rancho Benito Juarez. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2008 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 197-199. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 3 pages.

42.   2008e Caves, water sources and climate change in the Cochuah region. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2008 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 210-232. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.22 pages.

41.   2003a Operation 1 at Xquerol. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2003 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 18-21. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 4 pages.

40.   2003b The sacbe between Xquerol and Ichmul in the greater Cochuah regional context. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2003 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 22-28. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 7 pages.

39.   2003c Small Postclassic shrines at Nohcacab. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2003 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 34-38. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 5 pages.

38.   2003d Caves and settlement in the ejido of Sacalaca. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2003 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 70-91. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 22 pages.

37.   2000c Settlement survey and the archaeological inventory: El Pilar Archaeological Reserve for Maya Flora and Fauna. Assessing the Situation at El Pilar: Chronology, Survey, Conservation and Management. Planning for the 21st Century. A. Ford and C. Wernecke, eds. Santa Barbara: Mesoamerican Research Center. University of California.

 

Flores Colin, Alberto, Dave Johnstone, Justine M. Shaw, Jorge Pablo Huerta and Johan Normark

36.   2008    U chibal be: A road of lineage. Mapping of Sacbe 2 of Yo’okop. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2008 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 7-36. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods. 30 pages.

 

Flores Colin, Alberto and Johan Normark

35.   2005a The central portion of Ichmul. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2005 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 7-24. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 18 pages.

34.   2005b The San Andres terminus area. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2005 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 45-52. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 8 pages.

33.   2005c The San Cristobal terminus area. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2005 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 61-64. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 4 pages.

32.   2005d The San Juan terminus area. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2005 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 71-74. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 4 pages.

31.   2005e The San Pedro (Chan Ichmul) terminus area. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2005 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 79-81. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 3 pages.

30.   2005f Discussion of the Ichmul sacbe network. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2005 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 82-96. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 15 pages.

29.   2004a Ichmul and its surroundings. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2004 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 55-71. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 17 pages.

28.   2004b All roads lead to Ichmul: sacbeob in the Cochuah region. Final Report of the Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2004 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 72-94. Eureka: College of the Redwoods. 23 pages.

 

Ford, Anabel, Rudy Larios, Paulino Morales, Johan Normark and Carmen Ramos

27.   2001    Influence of Ancient Settlement in the Contemporary Maya Forest: Investigating Land Use at El Pilar. Santa Barbara: Mesoamerican Research Center, University of California. 46 pages.

 

Huerta, Jorge Pablo and Johan Normark

26.   2010 Rancho San Isidro Sacalaca. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

 

Huerta, Jorge Pablo, Dave Johnstone and Johan Normark

25.   2010 Rancho San Juan Sacalaca. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

24.   2010 Santa Elena. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

23.   2010 Yaxche. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

22.   2010 Xbaquil. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

 

Johnstone, Dave and Johan Normark

21.   2010 Rancho Pancho Villa. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

20.   2010 Ramonal Oriente. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

19.   2010 Xbalcheil. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

 

Normark, Johan and Jorge Pablo Huerta 

18.   2010 Santa Cruz. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

 

Normark, Johan and Dave Johnstone

17.   2010 Xtojil. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

16.   2010 Abuelos. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

15.   2010 Chunkasin and Sak Chikin. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2010 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. ??-??. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.

 

Shaw, Justine M., Jorge Pablo Huerta and Johan Normark

14.   2008    Candelaria. Final Report of Cochuah Regional Archaeological Survey’s 2008 Field Season. J.M. Shaw, ed. 192-196. Eureka, CA: College of the Redwoods.5 pages.

 

Book reviews (1)

13. 2011 The Kowoj: Identiy, Migration, and Geopolitics in Late Postclassic Petén, Guatemala.  Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21:158-159.

 

Popularized articles (12)

12.   2007c  “Mayakollapsen” – klimatförändringar i ljuset av en kolonial “total makeover”. Klimat: Humanistdag-boken 20. 97-103. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 7 pages.

11.   2006e Bilder av “mayakulturen” inom mayarörelsen, populärvetenskapen och arkeologin. Dom- och vi: Humanistdag-boken 19. 213-218. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 6 pages.

10.   2006f Föråldrat, missvisande och stereotypt! Gefle Dagblad (060603). 2 pages.

9.   2005b Arkeologins undre värld: de mexikanska grottornas underliggande betydelser. Under ytan: Humanistdagboken 18. 243-250. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 8 pages.

8.   2003e Mayas vita vägar: förbindelser eller gränser? Gränser: Humanistdag-boken 16. 287-293. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 7 pages.

7.   2002 Kan forntiden tjäna framtiden? Vattenberg och jungfruvatten inom mayaarkeologin. Humaniora – en akademisk fråga?: Humanistdag-boken 15. 201-208. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 8 pages.

6.   1999 Hushållsarkeologi i El Pilar, Belize. GASTen 25. 6-14. 9 pages.

5.   1998a Vår plast i solen. GASTen 23. 15-16. 2 pages.

4.   1998b Genitalierelaterade mayaglyfer, blodsoffer och genderkategorier. GASTen 22. 16-22. 7 pages.

3.   1997b Paleolitiska människor på Madagaskar? GASTen 21. 4-6. 3 pages.

2.   1997c Grävning i Baking Pot. GASTen 21. 11-18. 8 pages.

1.   1997d Millenniumskiften (snarare 2012). GASTen 21. 28-34. 7 pages.

Unpublished material

2004. Ikonografi och epigrafi: Kognitiva hjälpmedel i mayaområdet.

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