Heather Hurst

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Heather Hurst
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Born 1975
Fields archaeology
Institutions Skidmore College
Alma mater Skidmore College, Yale University
Notable awards MacArthur Fellows Program

Heather Hurst (born 1975) is an American archaeologist and archaeological illustrator.

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She graduated from Skidmore College in 1997,[1] and from Yale University with a Ph.D. in anthropology. She teaches at Skidmore College.[2][3][4]

She has been an archaeological illustrator at sites in Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico.[5][6] Her illustrations appeared in National Geographic and Arqueología Mexicana, and have been exhibited at the Peabody Museum of Natural History and the National Gallery of Art, [7] as well as the Science Museum of Minnesota's 2013 exhibit on the Maya.

She gave a talk: "Tres Pintores Magníficos y Un Viajero: La Identificación de Artistas por los Pasos de Producción en Pintura Mural” at the 2010 Maya Meetings, Casa Herrera. [8] In 2013 she gave a talk on recently discovered Maya murals. [9]

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