|Born||Heather Irene McKillop
1953 (age 62–63)
|Institutions||Louisiana State University|
|Education||Trent University (B.S. 1977, M.A. 1980)
University of California, Santa Barbara (Ph.D. 1987)
Heather Irene McKillop (born 1953) is a Canadian-American archaeologist, academic, and Mayanist scholar, noted in particular for her research into ancient Maya coastal trade routes, seafaring, littoral archaeology, and the long-distance exchange of commodities in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. As of 2009[update] McKillop holds an endowed chair at Louisiana State University (LSU), where she is William G. Haag Professor of Archaeology in LSU's Department of Geography and Anthropology.
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