Publications

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Articles

Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan. 2016. Settlement and Resource Development at Alabama, Belize: Past, Present, and Future Investigations. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 13:239-250.

Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan M., and Shawn G. Morton. In Press. Maya Monumental ‘Boom’: Rapid Development, Hybrid Architecture, and ‘Pretentionusness’ in the Fabrication of Place at Alabama, East-Central Belize. Journal of Field Archaeology (expected publication summer 2019).

Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan M., and Shawn G. Morton. In Press. Archaeological Reconnaissance at the Pearce Sites of the Cockscomb Basin, Stann Creek District. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 16 (expected publication June 2019).

Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan M., Shawn G. Morton, Tawny L.B. Tibbits, and Lisa Green. 2017. Phase I Reconnaissance (2014-2015) at Alabama: A Summary of SCRAP Investigations in East-Central Belize. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 14:299-309.

Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan M. 2017. Revisiting the Ancient Maya of Alabama, Belize: Description, Recent Research, and Future Directions. Mexicon 39(3): 64-72.

Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan M., Shawn G. Morton, Cristina Oliveira. 2018. “Some lessons can’t be taught, they simply have to be learned”: Experiences from three seasons of investigations at Alabama, Stann Creek District. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 15:297-306.

Reports

The Stann Creek Regional Archaeology Project: Report of the First (2014) Field Season, edited by M. Peuramaki-Brown and S. Schwake

The Stann Creek Regional Archaeology Project: Report of the Second (2015) Field Season, edited by M. Peuramaki-Brown

The Stann Creek Regional Archaeology Project: Report of the Third (2016) Field Season, edited by M. Peuramaki-Brown.

Posters

Nondestructive Sourcing of Granite Ground Stone Tools from Belize Using pXRF (2016).

Trade Implications of Obsidian Source Analysis in the Stann Creek District of Belize (2016).

News

AU, Centre for Social Sciences Newsletter (January 2016) . Features two entries about SCRAP project members, as well as a primatology field school located in Stann Creek

Athabasca University, Open Magazine (Spring 2016) . Features article about SCRAP research at Alabama

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Athabasca University Hub (February 2019). “AU prof digs deeper into Maya archeology.”