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In Search of Nature: Imagining Precolumbian Landscapes of Ancient Central America - an essay on past human alteration of the environment by John W. Hoopes (email@example.com).
Quetzalcoatl's Fathers: A Critical Examination of Source Materials - an inquiry into the identification of some of Mesoamerica's most enigmatic characters by Brant Gardner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
History, Myth, and Migration in Mesoamerica - an ethnohistorical evaluation of migration myths about places like Aztlan and Tollan by Alec Christensen (email@example.com).
The Mesoamerican Urban Landscape from Teotihuacan to the Aztecs - report on the growth of cities in Central Mexico by Michael E. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Impact of the Spanish upon the Record of Native Oral Tradition Among the Nahua - essay on the effects of culture contact by Brant Gardner (email@example.com).
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