Movement, connectivity, and landscape change in the ancient Southwest : the 20th anniversary Southwest Symposium / edited by Margaret C. Nelson and Colleen Strawhacker.

Southwest Symposium (1988- ) (20th : 2008 : Arizona State University) [Browse]
Boulder, Colo. : University Press of Colorado, c2011.
xvi, 491 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.


Related name
Symposium hosted by School of Human Evolution and Social Change and held Jan. 17-19, 2008 at Arizona State University.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Changing histories, landscapes, and perspectives : the 20th Anniversary Southwest Symposium / Margaret C. Nelson and Colleen Strawhacker -- Ten millennia, twenty years later / Paul E. Minnis and Charles L. Redman -- Foraging societies in an arid environment : coping with change in the greater Southwest / Bradley J. Vierra -- Moving on the landscape : mobility and migration / Patricia A. Gilman and Michael E. Whalen -- Rethinking social power and inequality in the aboriginal Southwest/Northwest / Randall H. McGuire -- Demographic issues of the protohistoric period / William H. Doelle -- Remembering archaeology's past : perspectives on people and process / J. Jefferson Reid -- Landscape change : archaeological perspectives on the legacy of human-environmental interactions in the U.S. Southwest / Carla R. Van West -- Anthropogenic ecology in the American Southwest : the plant perspective / Karen R. Adams -- Soil and landscape responses to American Indian agriculture in the Southwest / Jonathan A. Sandor and Jeffrey A. Homburg -- Investigating the consequences of long- term human predation of r-selected species : experiments in the upland Southwest / C. David Johnson -- Human impacts on animal populations in the American Southwest / Jonathan C. Driver -- Legacies on the landscape : the enduring effects of long-term human-ecosystem interactions / Katherine A. Spielmann ... [et al.] -- Linking the past with the present : resources, land use, and the collapse of civilizations / Guy R. McPherson -- A framework for controlled comparisons of ancient southwestern movement / Scott G. Ortman and Catherine M. Cameron -- Becoming Hopi, becoming Tiwa : two Pueblo histories of movement / Wesley Bernardini and Severin Fowles -- Standing out versus blending in : Pueblo migrations and ethnic marking / Tammy Stone and William D. Lipe -- Ancestral Pueblo migrations in the southern Southwest : perspectives from Arizona and New Mexico / Jeffery J. Clark and Karl W. Laumbach -- Ensouled places : ethnogenesis and the making of the Dinétah and Tewa Basin landscapes / Kurt F. Anschuetz and Richard H. Wilshusen -- Themes and models for understanding migration in the Southwest / Barbara J. Mills -- Connectivity and scale in the greater American Southwest / John Kantner -- Irrigation communities and communities in diaspora / Patrick D. Lyons, J. Brett Hill, and Jeffery J. Clark -- Anchoring identities : iconic landforms across San Juan time and space / Ruth M. Van Dyke -- Ritual places and pilgrimages : movement, connectivity, and landscape / Gregson Schachner -- The past is now : Hopi connections to ancient times and places / Stewart B. Koyiyumptewa and Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh -- Historiography and archaeological theory at bigger scales / Stephen H. Lekson -- Connectivity, landscape, and scale / Andrew Duff.
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