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Archaeology of Art in the American Southwest
Arizona State University Email. He has a Masters degree from Wichita State University. Peter McKenna has been involved in Southwest archaeology since and is presently working as an archaeologist for the Southwest Region of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Albuquerque. He continues an interest in mid-range methods of analysis and ceramic classification systems and how those approaches might be applied to ceramic interpretation. He received an M. Doyel, pp. Wolcott Toll. Phillips received his Ph. Kari L. Schleher received her Ph. Most of her research has focused on the organization of production and technology in pottery.
She has worked on ceramic assemblages from over 20 sites across the U. There are big ideas. There are new ideas.
It is stimulating, idiosyncratic, brash, and exciting. There are analyses, syntheses, and descriptions of prehistoric periods as well as historic and recent archaeological practices, paradigms, and theories. There are imaginative speculations, and erudite discussions. There are also well developed arguments and startling conclusions…. Our profession could use more books like this one. Lekson makes us think.
The breadth of his knowledge…is remarkable, and the result is that he can posit relationships that many of us would never perceive, provocative relationships that lead us to ask new questions…. History [of the Ancient Southwest] includes many such ideas…and will continue to be widely read.
Lekson paints a picture of the rise, fall, and adaption of both archaeological ideas and entire civilisations….