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2017 Maxine Oland, "The Olive Jar in the Shrine: Situating Spanish Objects within a 15th-17th Century Maya Worldview," Foreign Objects: Rethinking Indigenous Consumption in American Archaeology, edited by Craig N. Cipolla, pp. 127-142. University of Arizona Press.
2016 Maxine Oland, "The 15th to 17th Centuries on Chetumal Bay," Perspectives on the Ancient Maya of Chetumal Bay, edited by Debra S. Walker, pp. 107-122. University Press of Florida.
2016 Maxine Oland and Joel Palka, "The Perduring Maya: New Archaeology of Early Colonial Transitions," Antiquity 90(350):472-486.
2014 Maxine Oland “'With the Gifts and Good Treatment that He Gave Them': Elite Maya Adoption of Spanish Material Culture at Progresso Lagoon, Belize. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 18(4):643-667.
2012 Maxine Oland, Siobhan M. Hart, and Liam Frink, eds. Decolonizing Indigenous Histories: Exploring Prehistoric/Colonial Transitions in Archaeology. University of Arizona Press.
2012 Maxine Oland Public and Postcolonial Practices in Latin American Archaeology: Engaging with Non-Descendant Communities in Northern Belize. Chungara 44(3):467-474.