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Instructions[edit]

WikiProject Mesoamerica welcomes all interested contributors, and there are no knowledge pre-requisites other than a willingness to help out. You may add your signature to the list below. Optionally, under the "Participants by speciality" section, you can also briefly describe any particular areas of interest or expertise you may have, or other ways in which you'd like to contribute. If you are a student participating in a Wikipedia-based class assignment, please add your signature under the "Student participants" section (you can move it to another section if you'd like to be identified as a regular participant).

Optionally, you can add the template {{User WP Mesoamerica}} to your Userpage to identify yourself as a Project participant. This will automatically assign category:WikiProject Mesoamerica participants to your Userpage.

Any general questions can be raised on the Project discussion board.

Participants list[edit]

Student participants[edit]

Participants by speciality[edit]

  • cjllw —particularly Maya archaeology, epigraphy, history and scholarship, but also pan-regional history and interrelations
  • Matwat22 —I know a bit about the Taino and Columbus conflict (if that will help)
  • Marskell—Would also like to improve coverage of the historic Maya civilization. Amateur interest but I'll do my best.
  • Eluchil404 —Amateur knowledge of Maya history, language, and epigraphy. Am interested in standardizing the articles on Maya states and ajawob.
  • Rawhead—Maya/Mesoamerican archaeology.
  • Infrogmation Maya archaeology, iconography, history of exploration and research. (Note: since my home town of New Orleans experienced the worst disaster to hit a U.S. city in the last 99 & 1/2 years, I have been prioritizing my Wikimedia time towards those subjects. I remain very interested in Mesoamerican subjects, but the amount of my Wikipedia energy I'll be devoting to them for a while may vary.)
  • Eric Shalov — Mexican geography, translation of Spanish articles into English
  • Maunus 02:14, 21 July 2006 (UTC) Speciality in mesoamerican languages and linguistics. As well as general mesoamerican anthropology and ethnohistory.
  • Akubra—Amateur interest in Maya history. I speak Spanish, so I'll try to translate things when I can
  • Sdsouza 07:15, 31 August 2006 (UTC) — no specialized inclinications; amateur interest in the history of the American continents, will work on anything necessary.
  • A R King — linguist specialising in grammatical description, teaching, minority/endangered languages and language recovery; language specialisations include Basque and Central America; have worked intensively on Nawat/Pipil, currently expanding into other languages of the area (not necessarily 'Mesoamerican')
  • Vapor One Amateur interest in Maya civilization.
  • Authenticmaya General History interest, specially Maya, Guatemala and Central America, MD, PHD, Internal Medicine, Diabetes, history of Medicine. web pages: http://www.authenticmaya.com (English) and http://wwwmayasautenticos.com (Spanish)
  • MikeG — Mayan languages.
  • Homunq 12:25, 6 January 2007 (UTC) — amateur interest in Mayan languages, Mayan calendar and culture, modern Guatemala
  • Oaxaca dan — Mesoamerican archaeology and anthropology, specifically of the Maya. My research has focused on lithic analyses, settlement patterns, and economy, among other things.
  • Chunchucmil — Mesoamerican archaeology and anthropology, focusing upon the Northern Maya lowlands. Professional research interests include remote sensing, settlement patterns, and archaeological communications (public outreach) for the Maya area.
  • Wiki Raja 19:47, 14 March 2007 (UTC) General interest in regards to Meso-American civilizations possible connection with South and Southeast Asian cultures.
  • Mdcarrasco 21:19, 29 April 2007 (UTC) Maya and Mesoamerican art history, Epigraphic Mayan and historical linguistics.
  • CoyoteMan31 —Post-Conquest history of Chichen Itza, some knowledge of late 19th century, 20th century Yucatan.
  • Wimberley —Latin American history in general, New Spain/Mexico in particular, particular specialty in the western portion of Mesoamerica from pre-Conquest through the 19th Century.
  • Davidgermain Amateur interest in Maya civilization. I have 1500+ photos from a personal trip, available for: Tikal, Uaxactun, Caracol, Yaxha, Ceibal. Including panoramic views, glyphs close up, temples, etc... If you need a particular shot, maybe I have it.
  • DuendeThumb 07:42, 27 September 2007 (UTC) Archaeology of the Americas, particularly Mesoamerican with some specialization (prior research and fieldwork) in the Central Maya lowlands. Academic interests include digitization of global heritage, anthropology/archaeology of resistance, political anthropology, non-destructive archaeology, and educational outreach.
  • cuellared Amateur knowledge in America History, From mesoamerica to mexican revolution
  • Maxipuchi Expert traducting Spanish to English, amateur interest in precolumbian civilizations.
  • Blillehaugen Linguist working on Valley Zapotec languages.
  • Debate dude I have somewhat intermediate knowledge on the Aztec and Maya civilizations, and an amateur interest in other topics relating to Mesoamerica
  • Infero Veritas Intermediate knowledge of American History, Biblical Studies, and Mesoamerican Religions. Recently have been researching the various theories on where the people of Mesoamerican originally came from. Also studied archeology with Professor Bedal (currently working in Petra), mostly with remote sensing and reconstructive architecture. Anything I can do to help any of the current projects here is fine by me.
  • Hoopes (talk) 01:22, 5 September 2008 (UTC) I'm a professional archaeologist who teaches regular courses on Mesoamerica, the Central Andes, the ancient Maya and related topics. My main area of specialization is the archaeology of non-Mesoamerican Chibchan-speaking peoples of the Isthmo-Colombian region.
  • Bayouwillie (talk) 09:43, 11 March 2010 (UTC) Art Historian who teaches regular courses on Mesoamerica, the Central Andes, the ancient Maya and related topics. My main area of specialization is the art of Classic Veracruz.
  • Rppeabody Amateur interest in all pre-Columbian civilizations. I know most about the Maya, and I'm particularly interested in the Postclassic and post-conquest periods.
  • User:Snickeringshadow Specializing in Post-Classic period central and west Mexico, with some background in Oaxaca.