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About Me:
I am an Anthropology and Archaeology professor at the University of Puerto Rico
Director of the Anthropological Research Center of the Botanical and Cultural Garden William Miranda Marin at Caguas, Puerto Rico. I am married and have three kids.
Anthropologist, Museum Curator and Archaeologist
Ph.D. American Anthropology, concentrations Archaeology and Museums, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
M.A. Puerto Rican Studies and Archaeology, Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe
B.A. Anthropology, University of Puerto Rico
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Research Interests:
•Pre-Columbian Archaeology, Iconography, Cultural Ecology, Shamanism, Art History of Caribbean, Mesoamerica, Central America, South American Lowlands, the Andes, Northwestern U.S.
•Historical, Industrial (Sugarcane Plantations and Central Factories) & Contemporary Archaeology.
•Colonial, industrial and modern pottery (West Indies, U.S. , Europe).
•African Heritage and Diaspora in the Western Hemisphere (Popular & Religious Art).
•Modern Puerto Rican Art (Paintings, Popular Arts, Music, Religious Art).
•Mexican Codex Epigraphy and Art (Mixtec, Mixteca/Puebla, Maya and Aztec).
•Modern Popular Arts of the Caribbean, Mexico and Guatemala.
•Museum curatorial and conservation practice.
Tales of the Taíno Gods. Bilingual. Prologue by Dr. Ricardo Alegría. Xlibris, Subsidiary of Random House Publishers. (2010).

Archaeology, Iconography and Myth: Three Essays About the Taíno. Editorial Zuimaco. San Juan. CD ROM. (2005).

Pre-Columbian Archaeology in Puerto Rico [Co-author]. CD Rom. Puerto Rican Foundation of the Humanities, San Juan.(1999).

Archaeological Ideas [Co-author]. Puerto Rican Foundation of the Humanities, San Juan. (1998).

Maya and Aztec Influences on the Taínos. Xibalbay, San Juan. Honorific Mention Institute of Puerto Rican Literature and Periodism. (1984).
The Mapa de Cuauhtinchan and the Cosmic Tree in Mesoamerica, The Caribbean and the Amazon and Orinoco Basin. Cave, City & Eagle’s Nest: An Interpretive Journey Through the Mapa de Cuauhtinchán 2, pp. 357-387. David Carrasco and Scott Sessions, Editors. University of New Mexico Press. David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology at Harvard. Spanish Edition 2011. English Edition 2007. 2008 Gold Design Award for an Academic Book, Pubwest.

The Symbolism of the Taino Cohoba Ritual. Encounter with the French Caribbean. Pp. 150-163. Cultural Educative Foundation, Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2010).

The Taino. Borikén, Pre-Columbian Cultures of Puerto Rico. Book/Catalogue for the pre-Columbian Museum exhibition at the San Juan Museum, pp. 50-54. San Juan Municipality, Institute of Puerto Rican Culture.(2010).

Editor- Pre-Columbian Archaeology Section, Encyclopedia of Puerto Rico On-Line Puerto Rican Foundation of the Humanities. An affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. (2009).
Center for Anthropological Research Botanical and Cultural Garden William Miranda Marin

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At 5:58pm on June 11, 2012, Miguel Sague Jr said…

Takaji Hermano

It is an honor to welcome you to our network. The work that you have been involved in is very impresive according to your profile. I personally am very interested in the work that you have done on the Mesoamerican influences on the culture of our Taino ancestors. I also am very interested in the material on the Cosmic Tree. I invite you yo blog here if you will in English or Spanish (muchos aqui somos biligue).  I also would like your opinion on a number of topics  that I have unofficially commented about in blogs and discussions concerning the nacient traditions of the Tainos. In particular I would like you to check out three opinions that I have posted here:

1.) The first is my opinion on the identity of the Taino Cemi known as GUAKAR  Please click this LINK for that info.

2.) The second is a comparative overview of the symbolism of ceremonial hatchets in both Maya and Taino culture. Please click on this LINK for that info

I will share a few others with you later.

Thank you for your kind attention to this matter

Taino Ti



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