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Read Maya perspectives on 2012 at: http://www.stetson.edu/~rsitler/13PIK

Museo Virtual Guatemalteco: pintura, escultura, performance arte guatemalteco desde la epoca precolombina hasta el Siglo XXI. http://www.literaturaguatemalteca.org/pinacoteca.htm maintained by Juan Carlos Escobedo A website (www.milpa.nl) maintained by Jacob van Etten (Wageningen University) is dedicated to maize and milpa in Guatemala. Hurricane Stan information and relief

In Memoriam: Martín Chacach (1947-2006)

In Memoriam: René Poitevin Dardón (1943-2007) The best single source for Internet resources on Guatemala may be found at the large Guatemala Reference Desk of the large Virtual Library for Latin American Studies hosted by the University of Texas. Juan Carlos Escobedo's

Museo Virtual Guatemalteco: pintura, escultura, performance arte guatemalteco desde la epoca precolombina hasta el Siglo XXI. http://www.literaturaguatemalteca.org/pinacoteca.htm also by Juan Carlos Escobedo: Pagina de Literatura Guatemalteca: www.literaturaguatemalteca.org

Abigail Adam's op-ed piece on Iraq 2004 and Guatemala 1954

News on the 2003 Guatemalan elections from the Proyecto de Análisis Electoral (PAE) is available at their website: www.asies.org.gt/ge

Guatemala's UN-supported Truth Commission report available at: http://hrdata.aaas.org/ceh. Our Culture is Our Resistance: Repression, Refuge and Healing in Guatemala, a book and traveling exhibition On the Juan José Gerardi Conedera assassination case: Barb Bocek sends along IMPUNIDAD O JUSTICIA: EL DILEMA DE LA PAZ EN GUATEMALA by Edgar Gutiérrez.

MINUGUA (United Nations Verification Mission in Guatemala) webpage Delegation attends trial of those accused of assassinating Myrna Mack Friends of AVANCSO–do your part to help support this important Guatemalan research institution News on the Barbara Bocek Case; more on the Barbara Bocek case from the 1/26/2004 issue of the New Yorker Two different views on the January 2001 replacement of Guatemala's defense minister

From the National Security Archive, newly declassified records on Byron Disrael Lima Estrada, the alleged mastermind behind the murder of Bishop Gerardi. On the Rigoberta Menchú controversy raised by David Stoll recent book: The GSN's formal response (drafted by Diane Nelson), Rigoberta Mench, is Truth Stranger than Testimonial? ; and John Watanabe takes the Chronicle of Higher Education to task for their sensationalist coverage in his letter to the editor.

John Prybot sends along some helpful resources on Tz'utujil cultural activism and oral history The Center for Global Education's Guatemala program