Jeffery J. Clark

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Kate Sarther Gann
Communications Coordinator
(520) 882-6946, ext. 16

2018
06
Dec

What Archaeology Can Tell Us about Migration

What Archaeology Can Tell Us about Migration Past societies hold lessons relevant to contemporary concerns Tucson, Ariz. (December 6, 2018)—Archaeology Southwest is pleased to announce the publication of an important paper examining human migration in deep time. “Resolving the migrant paradox:...
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2017
02
Aug

Archaeology and Oral History Project Receives Prestigious NEH Grant

Four American Indian Tribes will collaborate with scholars on three-year study Tucson, Ariz. (August 2, 2017)—Archaeology Southwest is pleased to announce that a team of affiliated researchers has earned a prestigious Collaborative Research Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH...
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2015
14
Oct

Fateful Bananas

Between now and October 17, 2015, Archaeology Southwest is participating in the Archaeological Institute of America's celebration of International Archaeology Day (10/17/15) by sharing blog posts about why—or how—we became archaeologists. Today we feature Jeffery Clark, Preservation Archaeologis...
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2012
15
Nov

Migrants and Mounds

Archaeology Southwest Publishes Much-Anticipated “Migrants and Mounds” Preservation Archaeology in southeastern Arizona’s San Pedro River valley reveals a story of migration, tension, and integration in the distant past Tucson, Ariz. (November 14, 2012) — Archaeology Southwest is pleased t...
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2012
15
Nov

Archaeology Southwest Publishes Much-Anticipated “Migrants and Mounds”

Archaeology Southwest (formerly the Center for Desert Archaeology) is pleased to announce the publication of Migrants and Mounds: Classic Period Archaeology of the Lower San Pedro Valley, edited by Jeffery J. Clark and Patrick D. Lyons. The richly illustrated volume presents the results of Archaeolo...
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2011
23
Sep

Tracking Kayenta, Understanding Salado

By Jeff Clark, Preservation Archaeologist Our work in Mule Creek and the Upper Gila is part of Archaeology Southwest’s long-term research project to assess the scale and impact of Kayenta migrations in the southern Arizona during the late 13th and 14th centuries A.D. The Kayenta were a r...
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2011
31
Aug

Follow the Center's Upper Gila Research

Team members Jeff Clark, Deb Huntley, Rob Jones, and Katherine Dungan share their Upper Gila research as it unfolds. New posts appear each Thursday.
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2011
31
Aug

Mule Creek, Writ Large

By Rob Jones, Preservation Fellow  
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2011
26
May

NEW CENTER BLOG - PRESENTING MULE CREEK UNDERGROUND

Follow along with Center Preservation Fellow Robert Jones and the staff and students of the Center for Desert Archaeology and University of Arizona School of Anthropology's Preservation Archaeology Field School as they conduct a fourth season of fieldwork in the Mule Creek region of western New Mexi...
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2011
26
May

Welcome to Mule Creek Underground

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Mule Creek Underground! We've started this blog to give you a feel for the process of planning, conducting, and living through an archaeological research project. First, a little history is in order. This will be our fourth year working in Mule Creek, and our l...
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2011
29
Mar

Following the Kayenta and Salado Up the Gila

This issue of Archaeology Southwest presents the Center's ongoing research on the twelfth through fifteenth centuries in the Upper Gila and preliminary results of field efforts in Mule Creek, New Mexico.
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