Research Reports in Belizean History and Anthropology &
Proceedings from the BNRC
This repository holds the proceedings from The Research Reports in Belizean History and Anthropology, published by the National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) through its Institute for Social and Cultural Research (ISCR). This collection includes 4 Volumes from the years 2012 to 2015. Reports from all 4 Volumes of this collection is available open source.
The primary focus of this repository though, is to publish the proceeding reports from the Belize National Research Conference. Access to this collection will be through a paid membership, or by purchase.
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Vol 4 2015 Research Reports In Belizean History and Anthropology
Research Reports in Belizean History and Anthropology, Volume 4 is an annual publication of the National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) through its Institute for Social and Cultural Research (ISCR). It is devoted to the publication of Sociology, Anthropology, and History reports presented at the Belize Archaeology and Anthropology Symposium (BAAS).
- The Colonization Of The Maya Of Southern Belize
- “Language Problems, Village Improvement, And The Dullness Of Rural Life”: Colonial Education Reports And Implications Of Cultural Education In Belize
- Our History, Our Pride: An Evaluation Of The African and Maya History Program at St. Johns College, Belize
- Communication Practices Of The Mopan Maya: A Rhetorical Analysis
- Maya Entrepreneurship, Tourism And The Future Of Belize’s Chocolate Trail
- Maya Cultural Heritage Exchange In Southern Belize: A Dialogue Among Communities, Archaeologists and Sociocultural Anthropologists
- Globalization In Belize: Weak And Strong Forces
- An Anthropological Perspective On The Role Of Scientific Predictions For Water Resource Decision-Making
- Social And Economic Cross-Border Phenomena On The Mexico-Belize Border During The First Half Of The 20th Century
- “A First Class Journal”: The Belize Independent, 1888 – 1946