Walter F. Morris Jr.

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Walter F. Morris Jr. is an American cultural preservationist.

Life[edit]

He is coordinator of Mexican initiatives the NGO Aid to Artisans, based in Hartford, Connecticut. He is a member of the Board of the Pellizzi Collection of Textiles of Chiapas. He is a research associate at the Science Museum of Minnesota. He is program coordinator for lead-free pottery of the United States Agency for International Development.[1]

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Works[edit]

  • The weaving and folk art of Chiapas, Mexico, Publicaciones Pokok, 1979
  • "Maya Time Warps", Archaeology 39 No. 3 1986
  • Walter F. Morris (2000). Living Maya. Photographer Jeffrey Jay Foxx. Harry N. Abrams. ISBN 978-0-8109-2745-2.

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