Southwest Archaeology: The Next Generation (21-02) (Hardcopy)

This Issue’s Articles Include:

• Southwest Archaeology: The Next Generation – Jeffery J. Clark, Center for Desert Archaeology

• The Paleoindian Occupation of Sonora, Mexico – Guadalupe Sanchez, University of Arizona

• The Sustainability of Mimbres Farming Settlements – Steve Swanson, Arizona State University

• Re-evaluating the “House” in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico – Carrie C. Heitman, University of Virginia

• The Northern San Juan Region, A.D. 1150-1300 – Donna Glowacki, University of Notre Dame and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

• The Prehistoric Evolution of Northern Tiwa Hierocracy – Severin Fowles, Columbia University

• The Conduct and Consequences of War in Chevelon, Arizona – Julie Solometo, James Madison University

• Understanding Ancestral Hopi Migration and Identity, A.D. 1275-1400 – Wesley Bernardini, University of Redlands

• Ritual Zooarchaeology at Homol’ovi – Vincent M. LaMotta, University of Arizona

• Prehistoric Wall Decoration in the American Southwest – Julia I. Meyers, University of Arizona

• Mobility and the Transformation of Ancient Cibola Communities – Gregson Schachner, University of California, Los Angeles

• Pottery and Scales of Interaction in the Pueblo IV Zuni Region of New Mexico – Deborah L. Huntley, Southwest Archaeological Consultants

• Domestic Architectural Production in Northwest Mexico – Elizabeth Bagwell, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

• Production, Exchange, and Social Identity: A Study of Chupadero Black-on-white Pottery – Tiffany Clark, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

• Forgotten Pueblos: An Archaeological Assessment of Colonial Piro Settlement – Michael Bletzer, Southern Methodist University

• The Archaeology of Jemez Resistance and Revitalization in the Pueblo Revolt Era, 1680-1696 – Matthew Liebmann, College of William and Mary

• Pueblo Population Change on the Jemez Plateau, A.D. 1200-1700 – Jeremy Kulisheck, Santa Fe National Monument

• The Emergence of Jicarilla Apache Enclave Economy During the Nineteenth Century in Northern New Mexico – B. Sunday Eiselt, Southern Methodist University

• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• Southwest Archaeology: The Next Generation – Jeffery J. Clark, Center for Desert Archaeology

• The Paleoindian Occupation of Sonora, Mexico – Guadalupe Sanchez, University of Arizona

• The Sustainability of Mimbres Farming Settlements – Steve Swanson, Arizona State University

• Re-evaluating the “House” in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico – Carrie C. Heitman, University of Virginia

• The Northern San Juan Region, A.D. 1150-1300 – Donna Glowacki, University of Notre Dame and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

• The Prehistoric Evolution of Northern Tiwa Hierocracy – Severin Fowles, Columbia University

• The Conduct and Consequences of War in Chevelon, Arizona – Julie Solometo, James Madison University

• Understanding Ancestral Hopi Migration and Identity, A.D. 1275-1400 – Wesley Bernardini, University of Redlands

• Ritual Zooarchaeology at Homol’ovi – Vincent M. LaMotta, University of Arizona

• Prehistoric Wall Decoration in the American Southwest – Julia I. Meyers, University of Arizona

• Mobility and the Transformation of Ancient Cibola Communities – Gregson Schachner, University of California, Los Angeles

• Pottery and Scales of Interaction in the Pueblo IV Zuni Region of New Mexico – Deborah L. Huntley, Southwest Archaeological Consultants

• Domestic Architectural Production in Northwest Mexico – Elizabeth Bagwell, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

• Production, Exchange, and Social Identity: A Study of Chupadero Black-on-white Pottery – Tiffany Clark, Desert Archaeology, Inc.

• Forgotten Pueblos: An Archaeological Assessment of Colonial Piro Settlement – Michael Bletzer, Southern Methodist University

• The Archaeology of Jemez Resistance and Revitalization in the Pueblo Revolt Era, 1680-1696 – Matthew Liebmann, College of William and Mary

• Pueblo Population Change on the Jemez Plateau, A.D. 1200-1700 – Jeremy Kulisheck, Santa Fe National Monument

• The Emergence of Jicarilla Apache Enclave Economy During the Nineteenth Century in Northern New Mexico – B. Sunday Eiselt, Southern Methodist University

• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology

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