Maxime Lamoureux-St-Hilaire is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Archaeology in the Anthropology Department of Davidson College.
He received his Ph.D. from Tulane University (2018) and his M.A. from Trent University (2011). Max has a keen interest for cross-cultural comparisons in archaeology and is most fascinated by how ancient governments worked. Specifically, he studies the structure of Classic Maya royal courts as evidenced by their regal palaces. Most recently, Max has excavated the regal palace of La Corona, Guatemala, although his archaeological path has also led him to work in Belize, Mexico, Honduras and Québec.