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María de los Ángeles Corado

Doctoral Candidate (Mesoamerican Archaeology, Ethnohistory, Colonial Archaeology)


Mesoamerican Archaeology, Ethnohistory, Colonial Archaeology

Maria is an archaeologist from Guatemala City. Her research is focused on the Guatemala Highlands archaeology with particular interest on early settlements in the region, ethnohistory, and colonial archaeology. She has co-direct and directed archaeological projects in the Lake Atitlán, Solola region, where she began her research investigating the city's colonial cemetery which was in use from the 16th to 18th centuries. Since then, she has continued working in the lake region taking a community archaeology approach, engaged in heritage awareness and education on archeological topics for the Kaqchikel and Tz’utujil  Maya communities.