Andrew Scherer is an anthropological archaeologist and biological anthropologist with a geographic focus in Mesoamerica (Maya). He co-directs an interdisciplinary archaeological research project that is exploring Classic Maya polities along the Usumacinta River in Mexico. Scherer has conducted bioarchaeological research at Maya sites throughout Mexico and Guatemala, including Piedras Negras, Yaxha, and El Zotz. Scherer's research interests include mortuary archaeology, warfare and violence, political organization, diet and subsistence, bioarchaeology, and landscape archaeology.
ANDREW SCHERER, Texas A&M University (Ph.D., 2004); Hamline University (B.A., 1998)
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