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Engaged anthropology : research essays on North American archaeology, ethnobotany, and museology / edited by Michelle Hegmon, B. Sunday Eiselt
Alternate Title Research essays on North American archaeology, ethnobotany, and museology
Ann Arbor, Mich. : University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, 2005
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  GN33 .E64 2005    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Anthropology -- Philosophy
Ethnobotany -- Philosophy
Indians of North America -- Ethnobotany -- Southwest, New
Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities
Subject Southwest, New -- Antiquities
Ford, Richard I
Physical Description xxviii, 263 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Note "Papers in honor of Richard I. Ford."
Papers originally presented at the Society of American Archaeology meetings in Salt Lake City (April 2004)
Includes bibliographical references
Contents Conversations with an engaged anthropologist: an interview with Richard I. Ford / B. Sunday Eiselt and Michelle Hegmon -- Ceramics for the archaeologist: an alternative perspective / Felipe V. Ortega -- Collaborative knowledge: carrying forward Richard Ford's legacy of integrative ethnoscience in the U.S. southwest / Michael Adler -- Our father (our mother): gender ideology, praxis, and marginalization in pueblo religion / Severin M. Fowles -- Landscapes as memory: archaeological history to learn from and to live by / Kurt F. Anschuetz -- Mestizaje and migration: modeling population dynamics in seventeenth-century New Mexico's Spanish society / Heather Trigg and Debra Gold -- The art of ethnobotany: depictions of maize and other plants in the prehispanic southwest / Kelley Hays-Gilpin and Michelle Hegmon -- At the other end of the puebloan world: feasting at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico / Paul E. Minnis and Michael E. Whalen -- The beginnings of Plains-Pueblo interaction: an archaeological perspective from southeastern New Mexico / John D. Speth -- Protohistoric western pueblo exchange: barter, gift, and violence revisited / Steve Plog -- Ritual, politics, and the "exotic" in North American prehistory / Katherine A. Spielmann and Patrick Livingood -- "Darkening the sun in their flight": a zooarchaeological accounting of passenger pigeons in the prehistoric southeast / H. Edwin Jackson -- Why California? The relevance of California archaeology and ethnography to eastern woodlands prehistory / David G. Anderson -- The value of material culture collections to Great Basin ethnographic research / Catherine S. Fowler -- The next generation: museum techniques at Penn State's Matson Museum of Anthropology / Claire McHale Milner -- Dick Ford as friend, colleague, and mentor: 1963-present / Jeffrey R. Parsons
Series Anthropological papers (University of Michigan. Museum of Anthropology) ; no. 94
Alternate Author Hegmon, Michelle
Eiselt, B. Sunday
Ford, Richard I

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