Book Title: Making “Meaning”: Precolumbian Archaeology, Art History, and the Legacy of Terence Grieder

Authors: James Farmer and Rex Koontz

Book Description: The book examines the work of Terence Grieder, an early pre-Columbian art historian of wide-ranging interests and often provocative stances. His students and other intellectual descendants discuss his major ideas through examples drawn from their own work. The work of those he mentored is in the end the most important testament to his continuing influence in the field.

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Authors

James Farmer and Rex Koontz

Subject

History of art

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Title
Making “Meaning”: Precolumbian Archaeology, Art History, and the Legacy of Terence Grieder
Authors
James Farmer and Rex Koontz
Editors
James Farmer and Rex Koontz
Reviewer
Jeffrey Quilter
Contributors
Carolyn E. Tate; Reinaldo Morales, Jr.; Harry J. Shafer; Yumi Park Huntington; Amy Oakland; and Virginia E. Miller
Primary Subject
History of art
Additional Subject(s)
History of art, Material culture, Altiplano / Andean plateau, Pre-Columbian styles, Theory of art, Ceramics, mosaic and glass: artworks, Paintings and painting, Murals and wall paintings, Textile artworks, Archaeology, Archaeology by period / region, Archaeological sites, Guatemala, Mexico, Chichen Itza, Amazonas region, Pre-Columbian religions and mythologies, Teotihuacan, Uto-Aztecan languages
Publisher
University of Houston Libraries
Publication Date
February 28, 2022
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
https://doi.org/10.52713/VJQB6067