Bibliography of Aztec and Maya Law
Links to Aztec and Maya Resources
Ancient Mesoamerica: A Librarian's Research Guide - David C. Murphy, Temple University
Aztec Bibliography for Students - Michael E. Smith, Professor of Anthropology at Arizona State University
Bibliografía General Sobre los Siglos XVI y XVII - Thomas Ward at Loyola University Maryland
The Conquest of Mexico: An Annotated Bibliography - Nancy Fitch, Professor of History at California State University - Fullerton (includes detailed discussion of codices and primary sources)
Estudios de Cultura Maya - Index and pdf versions of some articles for this publication are available online through the Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. The Instituto also maintains an online library of law journals related to Mexican law at the Biblioteca Jurídica Virtual.
Instituto Internacional de Historia del Derecho Indiano - Members of this Institute meet approximately every two to three years to discuss the latest research concerning Latin American indigenous legal history. The proceedings of these meetings are published and available at numerous libraries. Their most recent meeting was held in 2007 in Santiago, Chile.
The Maya Meetings - University of Texas at Austin
The Mesoamerica Center - University of Texas at Austin
Noticias de Antropología y Arqueología: Bibliografía para la Investigación de la Cultura Mexica - Arqlgo. Marco Cervera Obregón