Gabriela Montero

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  • Anthropology Ph.D. Candidate
  • Anthropology
Research Interests:
Education

2019. Doctoral candidacy, Anthropology. University of Kentucky.

2019. MA, Anthropology. University of Kentucky.

2016. Licenciatura (BA), Archaeology. Universidad Veracruzana. 


Awards

2017. Francisco de la Maza National award for Conservation of architectural and urban patrimony. Honorary mention. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, México.

2017. UKARE. University of Kentucky Anthropology Research Excellence Summer stipend.

2018. Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program Travel Grant for Research in Latin America and the Caribbean, University of Kentucky.

2018. Odear Award for research in Latin America.

2019. Halperin Award. Society for Economic Anthropology.

2019. Susan Abbott-Jamieson Award. University of Kentucky.

2020. Adelski Dissertation Research Grant. University of Kentucky. 

2020. Arts and Sciences Dean’s competitive Fellowship.

2020. Graduate Student Congress Research Grant.

2020. Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Program Travel Grant for Research in Latin America and the Caribbean, University of Kentucky.

2020. Food connection Grant. University of Kentucky.


Presentation Record

2014      La Presa Purrón, obra magna de la ingeniería hidráulica. Paper presented at the symposium “Huella Milenaria del Maíz: Biotecnología, Biodiversidad y manejo de los Recursos  Naturales”. Agricultural Sciences Department, Universidad Veracruzana.

2016      Architectural Variation in the Tres Zapotes Region. Paper presented at the 81 meeting of the SAA: Society for American Archaeology. With Christopher A. Pool, Michael L. Loughlin, Manuel Melgarejo Pérez and Kyle Mullen.

2017      El Caso Cholula: Propuesta de proyecto alternativo para la rehabilitación de la zona arqueológica y sus alrededores. Paper presented at the “XXII Foro Anual de Docencia, Investigación, Extensión y Difusión”, Universidad Veracruzana, Anthropology Department.

Mazapa: Postclassic occupation of the Eastern Lower Papaloapan-Tuxtlas Corridor. Co- author with Marcie Venter (Murray State University) and Christopher Pool (University of Kentucky).

Paradox no more? Postclassic Mazapa and its Regional Context. Paper presented at the 82th meeting of the SAA: Society for American Archaeology. Co-author with Marcie Venter (Murray State University).

2018.     Obsidian Exploitation and Access in the Eastern Sierra de los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico. Paper presented at the 83rd annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C. With Nathan Wilson and Lourdes Budar.

Islas en la corriente: Archipiélagos y otros modelos sobre dinámicas Aztecas y provinciales en la región fronteriza de las tierras bajas de la Costa del Golfo. International Congress of Americanists. Salamanca, Spain. Co-author with Marcie Venter.

Mapping time and Space, Contextualizing the Archaeological site of Mazapa, Veracruz, Mexico. Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Symposium.  University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

2019       Use of land and social change in the sixteenth century Eastern Lower Papaloapan Basin, Mexico. Midwestern Mesoamerican Conference. Lexington, KY.

Postclassic Communities and Colonial Reconfigurations in the Eastern Lower Papaloapan Basin, Veracruz, Mexico. Poster presentation at the 84th meeting of the  Society for American Archaeology, Albuquerque, NM.

Cuisine, Climate, Competition, and Commerce: Classic-to-Postclassic Changes in the Southern Gulf Lowlands of Mesoamerica. Marcie L. Venter, Christopher A. Pool, Gabriela Montero Mejía, Matthew Meyer, and Kevin Wann. Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association meeting, Vancouver, CA.


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