MARI has been publishing research on Central America since 1926. It has published more than 60 volumes and 20 shorter monographs. Many of our publications have focused on Maya archaeology and epigraphy, notably the 16-volume Handbook of Middle American Indians, which was assembled and edited at MARI. Many of our earliest publications are out of print, but available for view at the Institute. The majority of our publications are available for purchase as listed below.
Over 60 of our major publications in the M.A.R.I. publication series.
Publications on various topics, including Mayan languages, archaeology, and more.
15 publications from internal M.A.R.I. papers and projects.
An inventory of the 1930s-era M.A.R.I. collection and a list of authors through 1985.
Non-M.A.R.I. publications, such as Indians of Southern Mexico and Copán publications, that M.A.R.I. is re-selling.
M.A.R.I. map of of archaeological sites in the Maya area, 1940 edition.
Discount pricing for M.A.R.I. publications
50% for current Tulane students
25% for current non-Tulane students and Tulane alumns (non-tenure track)
10% for non-US based scholars