About the Author
K. Anne Pyburn is Provost Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University, where she also teaches in the areas of Central Eurasian Studies and Gender Studies. She also has been Director of the Chou Hiix Project (Belize) since 1990, and the co-Director of the Community Museums in Kyrgyzstan project since 2009. She is the Vice President of the World Archaeological Congress and General Editor of the One World Archaeology publication series. A winner of numerous teaching awards and research fellowships, she has published numerous books and articles on meso-American archaeology, the ethics and practice of archaeology, and other topics in archaeology. She holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Arizona.