Anthropology

Richard Wetherill: Anasazi

Pioneer Explorer of Southwestern Ruins
Revised Edition
By Frank McNitt

This biography documents the life of the man who discovered the prehistoric ruins at Mesa Verde, Colorado, and began the excavation of Pueblo Bonito at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.

The Classic Maya Collapse

Edited by T. Patrick Culbert

Of the many mysteries surrounding ancient Maya civilization, none has attracted greater interest than its collapse in the eighth and ninth centuries AD. Until recently, speculations on the causes of the collapse have been more numerous than excavated sites in the area. But the past twenty-five years have produced many new findings. In this book, thirteen leading scholars use new data to revise the image of ancient Maya civilization and create a new model of its collapse—a general model of sociopolitical collapse not limited to the cultural history of the Maya alone.

Structure and Process in Latin America

Patronage, Clientage, and Power Systems
Edited by Arnold StrickonSidney M. Greenfield

This book provides analysis of social anthropology and approaches to the study of patronage and clientage from work done in Latin America in the late 1960s. Essays include discussions on topics as diverse as the effect of societal structures on the actions of individuals and communities wherein women play the roles of both patrons and clients.

Hopi Kachina Dolls with a Key to Their Identification

Revised Edition
By Harold Colton
Photographs by Jack Breed

This work is a catalog of Hopi kachina dolls and how to identify them.

The Road from Frijoles Canyon

Anthropological Adventures on Four Continents
By William Y. Adams

A respected anthropologist reflects on his lifelong passion for the American Southwest and his journey studying the varied cultures of Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.

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