By Vanini Giulio Cesare
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The study of the past, and the use of the present to interpret it, should be done with a commitment to understanding real people in real situations, not to try out the latest theories and perspectives to be “in style” with the current academic fashion of the times (D. Arnold 1991). Unfortunately, anthropological and archaeological theories have made dramatic swings from one extreme to the other, switching from particularistic concerns to nomothetic themes and then back again. Rather than building on previous work, investigators tend to justify new paradigms by stereotyping previous theories (such as the erroneous belief that ceramic ecology is deterministic) and then dismissing them as anachronistic because they do not fit the prevailing paradigms.
I trust that this publication will provide an increased visibility of their craft that will ultimately benefit their economic well-being. I am also grateful for conversations with many individuals whose information enriched this book immensely. Robert Bede Clark, a studio potter from the University of Missouri, Columbia, provided anecdotal information about the medical problems of long-term professional studio potters. In 1984, I taught a course at the School of Anthropology at the University of Yucatán, and a student told me of a survey that he had done on artisan stores in Mérida, which I briefly summarize in Chapter 4.
Mike Anderson did some of the sketches and maps, George Pierce prepared the map of the locations of potters, and Bill Koechling created stunning digital images from sometimes less-than-ideal transparencies. Finally, this book would not have been possible without the kindness, help, and cooperation of all my potter friends in Ticul. I trust that this publication will provide an increased visibility of their craft that will ultimately benefit their economic well-being. I am also grateful for conversations with many individuals whose information enriched this book immensely.