Archaeologies of Landscape in the Americas Series
Jerry D. Moore, Series Editor
The Archaeologies of Landscape in the Americas Series explores the dynamic interactions and creations of place and space in human societies. Incorporating diverse approaches of landscape archaeology and investigating prehistoric, historic, and modern societies, the series includes case studies from North America, Mesoamerica, and South America. Although these works principally focus on prehistoric and historic sites, current and recent archaeological studies examining the material traces of modern landscapes will also be considered for publication.