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Issues in Southwest Archaeology
Issues in Southwest Archaeology is dedicated to publishing volumes that critically evaluate current archaeological research in the U.S. Southwest and Northwest Mexico. The books consider topics that are pervasive themes both in the archaeology of the region but also in contemporary anthropological inquiry, such as ethnicity, gender, migration, and violence. Written by leading scholars in the field, the volumes discuss more than just what archaeologists know about the prehistory of the Southwest; they also consider issues that impact the practice of archaeology today, including the roles of cultural resource management, oral history, and cultural property rights. Each contribution to the series is guided by the research interests and theoretical perspective of the author, but each book is ultimately synthetic, comparative, and fully engaged in broader anthropological interests.

Editor(s): John Kantner (j.kantner@unf.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Kasey Beduhn (kbeduhn@rowman.com)
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From Huhugam to Hohokam: Heritage and Archaeology in the American Southwest
J. BRETT HILL - FOREWORD BY WILLIAM H. DOELLE AND BERNARD SIQUIEROS - AFTERWORD BY DAVID MARTÍNEZ
Lexington Books • December 2018 • Monograph
Agricultural Beginnings in the American Southwest
BARBARA J. ROTH
Lexington Books • April 2018 • Monograph
The Archaeology of Art in the American Southwest
MARIT K. MUNSON
Lexington Books • March 2018 • General Interest
Living Histories: Native Americans and Southwestern Archaeology
CHIP COLWELL-CHANTHAPHONH
AltaMira Press • November 2010 • Textbook