Alternative leadership strategies in the prehispanic Southwest /

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Other Authors: Mills, Barbara J., 1955-
Format: Government Document eBook
Published: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2000.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Alternative models, alternative strategies: leadership in the Prehispanic southwest / Barbara J. Mills
  • Political leadership and the construction of Chacoan great houses, A.D. 1020-1140 / W.H. Wills
  • Leadership, long-distance exchange, and feasting in the protohistoric Rio Grande / William M. Graves and Katherine A. Spielmann
  • Ritual as a power resource in the American southwest / James M. Potter and Elizabeth M. Perry
  • Ceramic decoration as power: late prehistoric design change in east-central Arizona / Scott Van Keuren
  • Leadership strategies in protohistoric Zuni towns / Keith W. Kintigh
  • Organizational variability in platform mound-building groups of the American Southwest / Mark D. Elson and David R. Abbott
  • Leadership strategies among the classic period Hohokam: a case study / Karen G. Harry and James M. Bayman
  • The institutional contexts of Hohokam complexity and inequality / Suzanne K. Fish and Paul R. Fish
  • Leadership at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico / Michael E. Whalen and Paul E. Minnis
  • Reciprocity and its limits: consideration for a study of the prehispanic pueblo world / Timothy A. Kohler, Matthew W. van Pelt, and Lorene Y.L. Yap
  • Dual-processual theory and the social formations in the Southwest / Gary M. Feinman.