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2006                      ______, Howell J. Parry, Eugene Maurakis, David Hagan, Maia Werner-Avidon, Charles Howarth, Don Pohlman, and Clark Dodsworth. Museums in Transition: Technologies as tools for free-choice learning. The Informal Learning Review No. 81, Nov. – Dec. 2006. Washington, DC.

2006                      A Lifetime of Memories: the 2005 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey, Gatewood Co., Richmond VA.

2005                      Muyil: an early start and late finish in East Coast Settlement. In Quintana Roo Archaeology, edited by Justine M. Shaw and Jennifer P. Mathews, 127-143. Tucson, University of Arizona Press.

2005                      Volume maps for  Quintana Roo Archaeology, edited by Justine M. Shaw and Jennifer P. Mathews, Tucson, University of Arizona Press.

2005                      Brown, Clifford T., ______, and Larry S. Liebovitch. The Broken Past: Fractals in Archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, Vol. 12, No. 1, March 2005, Pages 37-78..

2004                      Bat Bashing & Plate Smashing: the 2004 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, VA.

2003                      Your face seems familiar: the 2003 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, VA.

2003                      Brown, Clifford T., and ____ The fractal geometry of ancient Maya settlement. Journal of Archaeological Science, Volume 30, Issue 12 , December 2003 , Pages 1619-1632.

2002                      On Sausages and Kings: the 2002 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, VA.

2001                      Fried Hard, Yellow Busted, and Turned Over: the 2001 science columns of Walter R. T. Witschey,  Gatewood Company, Richmond, VA.

2001                      Tulum. [encyclopedia entry for] the Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures. Oxford University Press.

2001                                     Many Roles to Play: the Science Center as a Community Powerhouse. ASTC Dimensions, Jan./Feb. 2001. Washington , DC.

2000                      Exploding Charcoal; the 2000 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, Virginia.

1999                      Trainload of Trumpeters: the 1999 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, Virginia.

1999                      , and Roger Wulff, How to ensure quality and cut costs with cultural institution value methodology: A case study of Value Engineering on an historic renovation project at the Science Museum of Virginia. Museum Management and Curatorship, Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 65-83, 1998

1998                      A cat called telomere: the 1998 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, Virginia

1997                      No tickets for breaking Newton’s Laws: the 1997 Science Columns of Walter R. T. Witschey. Gatewood Company, Richmond, Virginia

1996                              [Eleven entries about Maya sites for] Encyclopedia of Latin American history and culture, Barbara A. Tenenbaum, editor in chief, New York : C. Scribner's Sons ; London : Simon & Schuster : Prentice Hall International, 1996.

1996                      (contributor to)  Of the Manners of Speaking the Old Ones Had: The Metaphors of Andrés de Olmos Arte para Aprender la Lengua Mexicana. (1547, The Tulane University Latin American Library Manuscript). by Judith M. Maxwell and Craig H. Hanson, University of Utah Press.

1993                      The Archaeology of Muyil, Quintana Roo, Mexico: A Maya Site on the East Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula (dissertation). University Microfilms 9325992,  Tulane University.

1991                      Maya inheritance patterns: The transfer of real estate and personal property in Ebtun, Yucatan, Mexico (1560-1830). Estudios de Cultura Maya Vol. XVIII.

1991                      (with Elia del Carmen Trejo) Proyecto Chunyaxché: Investigaciones en la zona arqueológica de Muyil) (report on the third Field Season at Muyil, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Boletín del Consejo Arqueología 1990. Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.

1991                      (with Elia del Carmen Trejo A.) Mini-guide to the ruins of Muyil. (English/Spanish) Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico.

1990                      Review of "Lines to the mountain Gods: Nazca and the mysteries of Peru" in Latin America in Books, Charles M. Nissly (ed.) Vol. XI, Nº 1 January 1988. University of New Orleans.

1989                      An Architectural Seriation of the Prehispanic Structures at Muyil, Quintana Roo, Mexico (Master’s thesis). University Microfilms 1339708, Tulane University.

1989                      (with Elia del Carmen Trejo) Muyil: Puerto de los mayas antiguos en Sian Ka'an. Boletín de Amigos de Sian Ka'an, No. 5, December 1989. Cancun.

1988                      Recent Investigations at the Maya Inland Port City of Muyil (Chunyaxché), Quintana Roo, Mexico. Mexicon, Vol. X, No. 6, November 1988, Berlin.

1988                      Field survey and data-handling techniques of the 1987 Chunyaxché Project. Human Mosaic 22(1&2):118-142, Tulane University.

1986                      Review of "Maya ruins of Central America in color: Tikal, Copán and Quiriguá" in Latin America in Books, Charles M. Nissly (ed.) Vol. IX Nº 2:4 July 1986. University of New Orleans.

1981                      6000 Years of Sundials. SPECTRUM Vol. 3, No. 1, Science Museum of Vir­ginia, Richmond, Virginia.

1980                      Locating Land Described in Colonial Patents by Computer Analysis.  The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography., Vol. 88, No. 2, April, 1980, Richmond, Va.

1978                      The Thurmonds of Virginia. Gatewood Company, Richmond, Virginia (300 pp.).

1978                      (editor) Two Views of Thurmond (West Virginia), Gatewood Company, Richmond, Va.

 
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