Selected Publications

Foias, Antonia and Kitty F. Emery (in press) History, Politics and Economics in Classic Maya Civilization: Recent Investigations at Motul de San Jose, Guatemala. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

Emery, Kitty F. and Linda A. Brown (2012) Maya Hunting Sustainability: Perspectives from Past and Present. In To Report or Not to Report: Amerindian Warfare, Environmental Degradation, and the Anthropologist’s Dilemma, pp. 79-116, edited by Richard J. Chacon and Rubén G. Mendoza, Springer Press, New York.

Emery, Kitty F. (2010) Dietary, Environmental, and Societal Implications of Ancient Maya Animal Use in the Petexbatun: A Zooarchaeological Perspective on the Collapse. Vanderbilt Institute of Mesoamerican Archaeology Volume 5. Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, TN.

Emery, Kitty F. (2009) Maya Bone Crafting: Defining the Nature of a Late/Terminal Classic Maya Bone Tool Manufacturing Locus. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 28:458-470

Brown, Linda A. and Kitty F. Emery (2008) Negotiations with the Animate Forest: Hunting Shrines and Houses in the Maya Highlands.Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 15(4):300-337

Emery, Kitty F. and Erin K. Thornton (2008) Zooarchaeological Habitat Analysis of Ancient Maya Landscape Changes. Journal of Ethnobiology 28(2):154-179

Emery, Kitty F. and Erin K. Thornton (2008) Zooarchaeological Isotopic Chemistry: A Regional Perspective on Biotic Change during the Classic Maya Occupation of the Guatemalan Petén. Quaternary International 191:131-143.

Emery, Kitty F. (2008) A Zooarchaeological Test for Dietary Resource Depression at the End of the Classic Period in the Petexbatun, Guatemala. Human Ecology 36(5):617-634.

Emery, Kitty F. (2007) Assessing the Impact of Ancient Maya Animal Use. Journal of Nature Conservation 15(3):184-195

Emery, Kitty F. and Kazuo Aoyama (2007) Bone Tool Manufacturing in Elite Maya Households at Aguateca, Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica 18(2):69-89.

Emery, Kitty F. (2004) Maya Zooarchaeology: New Directions in Method and Theory. Edited volume. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, Monograph 51. Los Angeles, CA.