Dr. James Doyle
Dr. James Doyle is a post-doctoral associate in Pre-Columbian Studies at Harvard University’s Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, as well as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University, in Washington D.C. His expertise lies in the civilizations of the Ancient Americas, particularly the Preclassic Period (ca. 1000 BC – AD 250) in the Maya Lowlands in the Yucatan Peninsula. His interests include emerging politics, monumental art and architecture, urbanism, landscape, performance, and human/environmental interaction, among others. He holds degrees from Vanderbilt University and Brown University, and has conducted extensive fieldwork in northern Guatemala. For more information and publications, please visit http://jamesdoyle.net.