Volume 1, Issue 1 (2023) Inaugural Insights: Unveiling Maya Heritage
Editor's Note - Inaugural IssueWelcome to the Journal of Maya Heritage
Dear Readers and Fellow Scholars,
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we present to you the inaugural issue of the Journal of Maya Heritage. This milestone marks the beginning of our journey to explore and preserve the rich cultural heritage of the Maya civilization.
Our mission is to provide a platform for researchers, scholars, and enthusiasts to share their insights, discoveries, and perspectives on the Maya heritage. This journal will be a hub for in-depth exploration of Maya art, history, archaeology, linguistics, and the contemporary cultural expressions of the Maya people.
In this issue, you will find a diverse range of articles and research papers that delve into the fascinating world of the Maya. From ancient archaeological discoveries to contemporary discussions on cultural preservation, each contribution represents a vital piece in the puzzle of understanding and celebrating this remarkable civilization.
We want to extend our gratitude to the authors, reviewers, and editorial team whose dedication and expertise have made this inaugural issue possible. We invite you to immerse yourself in these pages, and we hope that the knowledge shared here inspires further inquiry, discussion, and appreciation of Maya heritage.
Thank you for joining us on this remarkable journey, and we look forward to sharing many more issues with you in the future.
Your Chief Editor PhD. Jose Israel Herrera
Expanding the Orbit of Maya Culture: Creating a Non-Profit in the United States
Apollo Liu, Callie Passwater, Skyler Steckler, and Ryan Rowberry
Challenges of accessibility of a community heritage tourist route: The Route of the Caste War
Cecilia S. Medina Martín, David E. Tamayo Torres, Margarita De A Navarro Favela, and Fredi R. Un Noh
Megaproyectos y su impacto en derechos Humanos en una comunidad de origen Maya: Yaxhá, Yucatán, México.
Gonzalo Manuel Herrera Canché
Assessing the Sustainable Development Dimensions of Environmental Public Policies for Protected Natural Areas in Mexico: A 1970-2018 Perspective
Cielo María Ávila López and José Israel Herrera