Michael T. Searcy

Michael T. Searcy is an archaeologist for the Office of Public Archaeology at Brigham Young University and has worked on a number of archaeological projects in Utah, Mexico, and Guatemala. Searcy also has seven years’ experience in ethnographic documentary filmmaking. His film Starvation Doctrine: The Plight of Illegal Immigrants in America won the Best Oklahoma Short Film award in 2009.
The Life-Giving Stone The Life-Giving Stone
The Life-Giving Stone

The Life-Giving Stone

Ethnoarchaeology of Maya Metates

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