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Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt : identity, meaning, and renewal in the Pueblo world

Author: Robert W Preucel
Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2007, ©2002
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt addresses the roles of architecture and settlement in the objectification of Puebloan social and political identities; the ways in which material culture legitimized and mobilized social groups; and the social and political dynamics during the revolt period, with particular emphasis on identity, alliance formation, and patterns of warfare. As the authors here demonstrate, not only  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert W Preucel
ISBN: 9780826342461 0826342469 0826322476 9780826322470
OCLC Number: 123032855
Description: xiv, 224 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Contents: The holy war / Herman Agoyo --
Writing the Pueblo Revolt / Robert W. Preucel --
Dowa Yalanne: the architecture of Zuni resistance and social change during the Pueblo Revolt / T.J. Ferguson --
Mission and mesa: some thoughts on the archaeology of Pueblo Revolt era sites in the Jemez region, New Mexico / Michael L. Elliot --
Transformations of place: occupational history and differential persistence in seventeenth-century New Mexico / Mark T. Lycett --
Crossed cultures, crossed meanings: the manipulation of ritual imagery in early historic Pueblo resistance / Jeannette L. Mobley-Tanaka --
Acts of resistance: Zuni ceramics, social identity, and the Pueblo Revolt / Barbara J. Mills --
Ceramic semiotics: women, pottery, and social meanings at Kotyiti Pueblo / Patricia W. Capone and Robert W. Preucel --
History in stone: evaluating Spanish conversion efforts through Hopi rock art / Kurt E. Dongoske and Cindy K. Dongoske --
Signs of power and resistance: the (re)creation of Christian imagery and identities in. the Pueblo Revolt era / Matthew J. Liebmann --
Re-imagining Awat'ovi / Peter Whitely --
Social memory and the Pueblo Revolt: a postcolonial perspective / Michael V. Wilcox --
Pueblo-Spanish warfare in seventeenth-century New Mexico: the battles of Black Mesa, Kotyiti, and Astialakwa / Rick Hendricks --
Pueblo and Apachean alliance formation in the seventeenth century / Curtis F. Schaafsma --
The persistence of the corn mothers / Joseph H. Suina.
Responsibility: edited by Robert W. Preucel.

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Presents an archaeological investigation of the events and consequences of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. This book explores the roles of architecture and settlement in Puebloan society, the uses of  Read more...

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