I reviewed Manufactured Light: Mirrors in the Mesoamerican Realm for Cambridge Archaeological Journal.
Archive for ‘Intermediate Area’
Twitter Moment: Giving Thanks
While The Met was closed on Thanksgiving, I celebrated some of my favorite works by indigenous American artists: Giving thanks: Art […]
The Search for Kings and Queens in Ancient Panama
I’ve got Panama on the brain for the opening of the Gardiner Museum iteration of “Beneath the Surface: Life, […]
#AskACurator Day – Storify
I took over the @metmuseum account for an hour to answer questions! See the whole conversation here: https://storify.com/metmuseum/askacurator-with-james-doyle
Archival Treasure and Gold Masterpieces from Venado Beach, Panama
I found a great old excavation notebook from Venado Beach in our AAOA files. See more at Now at the Met.
The Gilded Road/El Camino Dorado
Latest addition to Now at the Met, chronicling my journey through Central and South America. Amazing museum and site visits, […]
A Stone Sphere at the Metropolitan
My recent blog post on Now at the Met.
Fond Farewell to DC; Dispatch from New York
Farewell to James Doyle — Dumbarton Oaks. I was kindly invited by Dumbarton Oaks to contribute to the newsletter to […]
Central American and Colombian Art at Dumbarton Oaks
…or, the catalog formerly known as the Intermediate Area Catalog. From January 12th to 19th, the Pre-Columbian Studies department held […]
Notes from the Cenote
While at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University, we saw some very special materials made of […]