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Archaeology Without Borders. Contact, Commerce, and Change in the U.S. Southwest and Northwestern Mexico

edited by
Laurie D. Webster and Maxine e. McBrinn

with

Mexican editor Eduardo Gamboa Carrera INAH Centre Chihuahua 

University Press of Colorado 

 

CONTENTS

List of Figures ix

 

1. Creating an Archaeology without Borders

Maxine E. McBrinn and Laurie D. Webster

  

Part i: early agricultural adaPtations in the u.s. southWest and northWestern Mexico

2. The Transition to Agriculture in the Desert Borderlands: An Introduction

Gayle J. Fritz

 

3. The Setting of Early Agriculture in Southern Chihuahua

A. C. MacWilliams, Robert J. Hard, John R. Roney, Karen R. Adams, and William L. Merrill

 

4. Modeling the Early Agricultural Frontier in the Desert Borderlands

Jonathan B. Mabry and William E. Doolittle

 

5. Early Agriculture on the Southeastern Periphery of the Colorado Plateau: Diversity in Tactics

Bradley J. Vierra

 

6. A Method for Anticipating Patterns in Archaeological Sequences: Projecting the Duration of the Transition to Agriculture in Mexico—A Test Case

Amber L. Johnson 

 

7. The Case for an Early Farmer Migration into the Greater American Southwest

Steen A. LeBlanc

 

Part ii: converging identities: exPloring social identity through MultiPle data classes

8. Exploring Social Identities through Archaeological Data from the Southwest: An Introduction

Linda S. Cordell

 

9. Archaeological Models of Early Uto-Aztecan Prehistory in the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands

Jonathan B. Mabry, John P. Carpenter, and Guadalupe Sanchez

 

10. Interaction, Enculturation, Social Distance, and Ancient Ethnic Identities

Patrick D. Lyons and Jeffery J. Clark

 

11. Networking the Old-Fashioned Way: Social and Economic Networks among Archaic Hunters and Gatherers in Southern New Mexico

Maxine E. McBrinn

 

12. Architectural Metaphor and Chacoan Influence in the Northern San Juan

Scott G. Ortman

 

13. Life’s Pathways: Geographic Metaphors in Ancestral Puebloan Material Culture

Kelley Hays-Gilpin

 

14. The Dynamic Nature of Cultural Identity during the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries in Central New Mexico

Suzanne L. Eckert

 

Part iii: neW research froM northern Mexico: Borders, contacts, landscaPes, and history

15. Avances del Norte de México (New Research from Northern Mexico)

Eduardo Gamboa Carrera

 

16. Imaginary Border, Profound Border: Terminological and Conceptual Construction of the Archaeology of Northern Mexico

Francisco Mendiola Galán 

 

17. Epic of the Toltec Chichimec and the Purépecha in the Ancient Southwest

Patricia Carot and Marie-Areti Hers

 

18. Mesoamerican Influences in the Imagery of Northern Mexico

Arturo Gueara Sánchez

 

19. Turquoise: Formal Economic Interrelationships between Mesoamerica and the North American Southwest  

Phil C. Weigand

 

20. The Cultural Landscape of Cliff Houses in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Chihuahua

Eduardo Gamboa Carrera and Federico J. Mancera-Valencia

 

21. All Routes, All Directions: The Prehistoric Landscape of Nuevo León

Moisés Valadez Moreno

 

22. Contributions of Walter W. Taylor to the Archaeology of Coahuila, 1937–1947

Leticia González Arratia

 

23. Archaeology and Physical Anthropology: A Reflection on Warfare in the Archaeological Vision

M. Nicolás Caretta

 

24. Pacification of the Chichimeca Region

Martha Monzón Flores

 

List of Contributors 

Index

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