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Jane MacLaren Walsh

Walsh, Jane MacLaren and Barringer, Tonia 2001. Smithsonian Expeditions: A Museum Partnership. AnthroNotes, 22(3): 10-12.

Walsh, Jane M. 2003. Mascaras Teotihuacanas; De Teotihuacan a Filadelfia en 1830. Arqueología Mexicana, XI(64): 3

Walsh, Jane M. 2004. La Vasija Obsidiana de Texcoco. Arqueología Mexicana, 12(70): 2

Walsh, Jane MacLaren 2005. What is Real?: A New Look at PreColumbian Mesoamerican Collections. AnthroNotes, 26(1): 1-7, 17-19.

Walsh, Jane M. 2006. Falsificando la Historia. Arqueología Mexicana, XIV(82): 6

Walsh, Jane M. 2006. Internship Program in Latino History and Archaeology. In: Smithsonian Latino Center, Hispanic Heritage at the Smithsonian: A Decade of Latino Initiatives. Smithsonian Institution, pp.188-189.

Walsh, Jane M. 2006. Expeditions: 150 Years of Smithsonian Research in Latin America. In: Hispanic Heritage at the Smithsonian: A Decade of Latino Initiatives. Smithsonian Institution, pp.22-23.

Walsh, Jane M. 2006. The Smithsonian Olmec Legacy. In: Hispanic Heritage at the Smithsonian: A Decade of Latino Initiatives. Smithsonian Institution, pp.151-152.

Walsh, Jane M. 2008. Legend of the Crystal Skulls. Archaeology, 61(3): 36-41.

Sax, Margaret, Walsh, Jane M., Freestone, Ian, Rankin, Andrew H. and Meeks, Nigel D. 2008. The origins of two purportedly pre-Columbian Mexican crystal skulls. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35(10): 2751-2760.

Walsh, Jane M. 2008. The Dumbarton Oaks Tlazolteotl: looking beneath the surface. Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 94(1): 7-43.

Walsh, Jane M.. 2010. The Skull of Doom; The Mitchell-Hedges crystal skull: Fact, fiction and the creation of myth. ,

Walsh, Jane M.. 2010. Portrait of a Collection; National Museum of Mexico, 1865. ,

Walsh, Jane M. 2010. Retrato de una colección - El Museo Nacional en 1865. Arqueología Mexicana, XVII(102): 78-83.

Walsh, Jane M. 2010. Skull of Doom?. Apollo, CLXXI(573): 42-47.

Walsh, Jane M. 2012. Photography changes the criteria for authenticity. In: Heiferman, Marvin, Photography Changes Everything. New York;Washington, DC: Aperture & Smithsonian Institution, pp.

Walsh, Jane M. 2013. El papel del Instituto Smithsoniano en el descubrimiento y estudio de la Ofrenda 4 de La Venta. In: Kerpel, Diana M. and Nadal, Laura Filloy, La Ofrenda 4 de La Venta: un tesoro olmeca reunido en el Museo Nacional de Antropologia: Estudios 7 catalogo. Mexico City: National Institute of Anthropology and HIstory, pp.31-40.

Taladoir, Eric and Walsh, Jane M. 2014. José María Melgar Viajero, coleccionista o saqueador?. Arqueología Mexicana, XXII(129): 81-85.

Walsh, Jane M. and Rose, Timothy R. 2014. Máscaras Teotihuacanas; una typologia preliminar. Arqueología Mexicana, 21(126): 78-85.

Rose, Timothy R. and Walsh, Jane MacLaren 2016. The stone faces of Teotihuacan: Insights into their use, manufacture and sources. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, :

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