Hattula Moholy-Nagy

Department of American Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology | Consulting ScholarMember since 1960

My Biography

Dr. Moholy-Nagy’s area of expertise is Mesoamerican archaeology (especially the Prehispanic Lowland Maya) and is concentrated on portable material culture and technologies used to create it. Having received a PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Dr. Moholy-Nagy’s reported on artifacts of pecked and ground stone for the Iraq-Jarmo Prehistoric Project. Dr. Moholy-Nagy directed the field laboratory for the Joint Casas Grandes Project of the Amerind Foundation of Mexico, and reported on stone, bone and pottery artifacts for the Tikal Project of the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Dr. Moholy-Nagy’s first AAA Annual Meeting was in the late 1950s.