Puebloan societies: homology and heterogeneity in time and space

Auteur(s) : Whiteley, Peter M. (Éd.)Description matérielle : x-348 p. : photos et illustrations en noir et blanc, cartes, tableaux et schémas ; 24 cm. Collection: School for Advanced Research. Advanced seminar series. Publication : Santa Fe : School for Advanced Research Press ; Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2018.Cote : NT.182Note : Glossaire. Bibliographie p. 291-331. Index.
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Introduction: homology and heterogeneity in Puebloan social history / Whiteley, Peter M. --

"Ma:tu'in": the bridge between kinship and "clan" in the Tewa pueblos of New Mexico / Ford , Richard I. --

The historical anthropology of Tewa social organization / Ortman, Scott G --

Taos social history: a rhizomatic account / Fowles, Severin M. --

From Keresan bridge to Tewa flyover: new clues about Pueblo social formations / Whiteley, Peter M. --

The historical linguistics of kin-term skewing in Puebloan languages / Hill, Jane H. --

Archaeological expressions of ancestral Hopi social organization / Hays-Gilpin, Kelley et Gilpin, Dennis --

A diachronic perspective on household and lineage structure in a Western Pueblo society / Pandey, Triloki Nath --

An archaeological perspective on Zuni social history / Mills, Barbara J. et Ferguson, T. J. --

From mission to Mesa: reconstructing pueblo social networks during the Pueblo revolt period / Preucel, Robert W. et Aguilar, Joseph R. --

Dimensions and dynamics of pre-hispanic pueblo organization and authority: the Chaco Canyon Conundrum / Plog, Stephen --

Afterword: reimagining archaeology as anthropology / Ware, John A.

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