Exhibition Credits

UCLA Professor of Psychology Patricia Greenfield served as Guest Curator to the exhibition developed at the University of New Mexico’s Maxwell Museum of Anthropology. Maxwell’s Curator of Ethnology, Kathryn Klein, who is a specialist in Mexican textiles, took the lead in the development of the exhibition based on  Greenfield’s book. Working as Curatorial Assistants, UNM Anthropology Graduate Students, Ruth Jolie, Gwendolyn Saul, Sarah Mathews and volunteer, Laurel Babcock contributed to the development of the exhibition.

The design and fabrication of the exhibition was by the Maxwell Museum’s Exhibits Director, Ian Wagoner (retired) and Exhibits Preparator, Michael Rendina along with important contributions by UNM students: Jeff Aiken, Michael Hill, Graysin Vogel, James Almond, and Mike Pare.

The exhibition’s educational activities were developed by the Maxwell’s Curator of Education, Amy Grochowski, Kathryn Klein, and Patricia Greenfield.  Local Albuquerque teachers also contributed to the development of the school curricula based on national standards and benchmarks that may be used within schools throughout the United States. Website design by students,Goldie Salimkhan UCLA and Kameron Baumgardner, UNM.

Research Credits

Patricia Marks Greenfield
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, UCLA

Lauren Greenfield

Research Assistance
Carla P. Childs, Harvard College & Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia
Ashley E. Maynard, UCLA & University of Hawaii

Collection Assistance
Paxku’ Pavlu, Nabenchauk
Maruch Ch’entik, Nabenchauk
Paxku’ Vasquez, Nabenchauk
Ashley E. Maynard, UCLA & University of Hawaii
Alethea Marti, UCLA

Museum Outreach
Victoria Scott, Black Art Studio, Santa Fe

Textile Cataloguing and Preparation
Agnieszka Spatxier, UCLA

Research, Field Photography, Writing & Collection Support
SAR-School for Advanced Research on the Humn Experience
Spencer Foundation
National Geographic Society

Harvard Chiapas Project, Evon Z. Vogt, Director
Harvard Center for Cognitive Studies, Jerome Bruner, Co-Director
Wenner-Gren Foundation
UCLA Center for the Study of Women
William F. Milton Fund of Harvard Medical School
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
Minority International Research Training grant to Steven Lopez, UCLA
UCLA Latin American Institute
Foundation for Psychocultural Research
FPR-UCLA Center for Culture, Brain, and Development
El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (ECOSUR), San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
UCLA Academic Senate