The Newark Earthworks : enduring monuments, contested meanings / edited by Lindsay Jones and Richard D. Shiels.
Contributor(s): Jones, Lindsay [editor.] | Shiels, Richard Douglas [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Studies in religion and culture (Charlottesville, Va.): Publisher: Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2016Description: 1 online resource (xi, 325 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780813937779; 0813937779; 9780813937793; 0813937795.Subject(s): Mounds -- Ohio -- Newark | Hopewell culture -- Ohio | Mound-builders -- Ohio | Indians of North America -- Ohio -- AntiquitiesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Newark EarthworksDDC classification: 977.1/54 LOC classification: E99.H69 | N49 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: I had no idea! Competing claims to distinction at the Newark Earthworks / Lindsay Jones -- Part I. The Newark Earthworks in the context of American and Ohio history -- The Newark Earthworks past and present / Richard D. Shiels -- Part II. The Newark Earthworks in the context of Hopewell archaeology and archaeoastronomy -- The Newark Earthworks: a monumental engine of world renewal / Bradley T. Lepper -- The Newark Earthworks: a grand unification of earth, sky, and mind / Ray Hively and Robert Horn -- Part III. The Newark Earthworks in cross-cultural archaeological contexts: Nazca, Chaco, and Stonehenge -- An Andeanist's perspective on the Newark Earthworks / Helaine Silverman -- Hopewell and Chaco: the consequences of rituality / Stephen H. Lekson -- Beyond Newark: prehistoric ceremonial centers and their cosmologies / Timothy Darvill -- Part IV. The Newark Earthworks in interdisciplinary contexts: architectural history, cartography, and religious studies -- The Newark Earthworks as "works" of architecture / John E. Hancock -- The Newark Earthworks as a liminal place: a comparative analysis of Hopewell-period burial rituals and mounds with a particular emphasis on house symbolism / Thomas Barrie -- The cartographic legacy of the Newark Earthworks / Margaret Wickens Pearce -- The modern religiosity of the Newark Earthworks / Thomas S. Bremer -- Part V. The Newark Earthworks in the context of indigenous rights and identity: American and international frames -- Native (re)investments in Ohio: evictions, earthworks preservation, and tribal stewardship / Marti L. Chaatsmith -- Whose earthworks? Newark and indigenous people / Mary N. MacDonald -- Part VI. The Newark Earthworks in the context of law and jurisprudence: ancient and ongoing possibilities -- The peoples belong to the land: contemporary stewards for the Newark Earthworks / Duane Champagne and Carole Goldberg -- Caring for depressed cultural sites, Hawaiian style / Greg Johnson -- Imagining "law-stuff" at the Newark Earthworks / Winnifred Fallers Sullivan.
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