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In tiny Lesotho, environmental historian Christopher Conz probed the history of the exchange of information on land use. Art historian and curator Lynne Cooney settled in Johannesburg to study post-apartheid art at a major urban museum. And cultural historian Lilly Havstad lived in the Mozambican capital Maputo to research foodways and the colonial legacy.
Carballo, a Boston University assistant professor of archaeology and author of Urbanization and Religion in Ancient Central Mexico, has studied Teotihuacan since 1999, trying to learn how this ancient metropolis arose around the first century BCE and flourished for more than 600 years.