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Exploring cause and explanation : historical ecology, demography, and movement in the American Southwest / edited by Cynthia Herhahn and Ann F. Ramenofsky.

Contributor(s): Ramenofsky, Ann F. (Ann Felice), 1942- [editor.] | Herhahn, Cynthia [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Boulder, Colorado : Published by University Press of Colorado, [2016]Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781607324737; 1607324733.Subject(s): Paleo-Indians | Human ecology -- History | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities | Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- PopulationAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Exploring cause and explanation.DDC classification: 979.004/97 LOC classification: E78.S7 | E89 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The challenges of cause and explanation in historical ecology, demography and movement / Ann F. Ramenofsky and Cynthia Herhahn -- Historical ecology in Southwestern archaeology : long-term change and extreme events / Ronald H. Towner -- Terminal Pleistocene Paleoindian ecology and demography : a view from the Southwestern United States / Mary M. Prasciunas, Vance T. Holiday, and Jesse A.M. Ballenger -- Sunset Crater and Little Springs Volcano eruptions : disaster management in the eleventh century AD Southwest / Mark D. Elson, Michael H. Ort, and Kirk C. Anderson -- Changing landscapes of early colonial New Mexico : demography, rebound, and zoarchaeology / Emily Lena Jones -- Cause and explanation : considering (and reconsidering) the role of demography in Southwestern archaeology / Jeremy Kulisheck -- Why all archaeologists should care about and do population estimates / Scott G. Ortman -- Quantifying morbidity in prehispanic Southwestern villages / Ann L.W. Stodder -- Demographic patterns in the pre-Hispanic Puebloan Southwest : the role of childhood / Kathryn A. Kamp -- Ethnogenesis and archaeological demography in Southwest vecino society / B. Sunday Eiselt and J. Andrew Darling -- The stress of history : stories of an unfinished kiva / Severin Fowles -- Tracking movement in the American Southwest / Deborah L. Huntley -- Turquoise trade in the San Juan Basin, AD 900-1280 / Sharon Hull, Frances Joan Mathien, and Mustafa Fayek -- You get it here, I'll get it there : examining the movement of objects, people and ideas throughout the pithouse and Pueblo occupation of the Cañada Alamosa / Jeffrey R. Ferguson [and 4 others] -- Modeling post-AD 700 population movements and culture in the upper San Juan Region / Erik Simpson -- Movement of people and pots in the upper Gila Region of the American Southwest / Deborah L. Huntley, Jeffery Clark, and Mary Ownby.
Summary: "The authors bring together three distinct archaeological themes--historical ecology, demography, and movement--and illustrates how the epistemological issues of cause and explanation link all three major themes into a coherent whole"--Provided by publisher.
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The challenges of cause and explanation in historical ecology, demography and movement / Ann F. Ramenofsky and Cynthia Herhahn -- Historical ecology in Southwestern archaeology : long-term change and extreme events / Ronald H. Towner -- Terminal Pleistocene Paleoindian ecology and demography : a view from the Southwestern United States / Mary M. Prasciunas, Vance T. Holiday, and Jesse A.M. Ballenger -- Sunset Crater and Little Springs Volcano eruptions : disaster management in the eleventh century AD Southwest / Mark D. Elson, Michael H. Ort, and Kirk C. Anderson -- Changing landscapes of early colonial New Mexico : demography, rebound, and zoarchaeology / Emily Lena Jones -- Cause and explanation : considering (and reconsidering) the role of demography in Southwestern archaeology / Jeremy Kulisheck -- Why all archaeologists should care about and do population estimates / Scott G. Ortman -- Quantifying morbidity in prehispanic Southwestern villages / Ann L.W. Stodder -- Demographic patterns in the pre-Hispanic Puebloan Southwest : the role of childhood / Kathryn A. Kamp -- Ethnogenesis and archaeological demography in Southwest vecino society / B. Sunday Eiselt and J. Andrew Darling -- The stress of history : stories of an unfinished kiva / Severin Fowles -- Tracking movement in the American Southwest / Deborah L. Huntley -- Turquoise trade in the San Juan Basin, AD 900-1280 / Sharon Hull, Frances Joan Mathien, and Mustafa Fayek -- You get it here, I'll get it there : examining the movement of objects, people and ideas throughout the pithouse and Pueblo occupation of the Cañada Alamosa / Jeffrey R. Ferguson [and 4 others] -- Modeling post-AD 700 population movements and culture in the upper San Juan Region / Erik Simpson -- Movement of people and pots in the upper Gila Region of the American Southwest / Deborah L. Huntley, Jeffery Clark, and Mary Ownby.

"The authors bring together three distinct archaeological themes--historical ecology, demography, and movement--and illustrates how the epistemological issues of cause and explanation link all three major themes into a coherent whole"--Provided by publisher.

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<p> Cynthia L. Herhahn is the lead archaeologist for the Bureau of Land Management New Mexico State Office. Her research interests include ceramic technology and technology transfer in the North American Southwest as well as mobility strategies in the Prehistoric Andes. She has published peer reviewed articles and contributed six chapters to edited volumes. This is her first book.</p> <p> Ann F. Ramenofsky is professor emerita in anthropology at the University of New Mexico. Her interests focus on native North American responses to European contact, especially introduced infectious diseases, and archaeological methodologies. She is author of Vectors of Death: The Archaeology of European Contact and co-editor, with Anastasia Steffen, of Unit Issues in Archaeology: Time, Space, and Material .</p>

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