The Director of the Center for Archaeoastronomy and Editor of Archaeoastronomy Journal is Dr. John B. Carlson. His specialization is in Native American astronomy, with a focus on Mesoamerica. For a brief introduction to his work, please see "America's Ancient Skywatchers" in the March 1990 issue of National Geographic Magazine.
Co-Editor of the Journal and A&E News is Dr. David S. P. Dearborn of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His specialty is Native American astronomy in the Andean cultural area. Dr. Dearborn is also interested in the use of archaeoastronomy as a framework for exploring science with young people. Please contact Dave about material for A&E News at email@example.com .
Tania Ruiz is the WebMaster of this site and also part-time Journal editor at large. She is an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Currently, she is working on a project to bring the spirit of scientific inquiry into the public school classroom. Her speciality is British prehistory.
The Center for Archaeoastronomy is located near the University of Maryland at College Park, near Washington, D.C.:
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