In the last 4 years since I last published in this blog a lot has happened with the Cerro Jazmín Archaeological Project (CJAP). We successfully completed three years of field research, excavation, followed by in-field materials processing and classification, which was then followed by analyses and report-writing. From all this hard work, that was only possible thanks to the professionalism, skill, and hard work of the core archaeological and bioanthropological team of the project a few publications have now come out. I want to specially thank my collaborators and co-authors: Antonio Martínez Tuñón, Laura Stiver Walsh, Ricardo Higelín Ponce de León, Mariana Navarro, Gilberto Pérez Roldán, Leah Minc, Barbara Elizalde, y mi mamá por venir a vivir con una bola de arqueólogos/as en campo, entrar a la casa de científicos y locos, ayudarnos a cuidar al niño y hacer ciencia.
From all this hard work some publications are starting to come out, while others are still in the works. Here are some of our latest publications and we hope to add more to this list in the future. Hopefully it won’t take me 4 years to get back to this!
Perez Rodriguez et al. 2018 in Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
Perez Rodriguez et al. 2017a in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Perez Rodriguez et al. 2017b in Journal of Field Archaeology
Perez Rodriguez et al. 2017c in Latin American Antiquity
Perez Rodriguez et al. 2017d in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Perez Rodriguez 2016 in Cuadernos del Sur
Perez et al. 2011 in Journal of Field Archaeology