Donna M. Glowacki

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Religious Transformation in the Late Pre-Hispanic Pueblo World

The University of Arizona Press

The contributors to this volume employ a wide range of archaeological evidence to examine the origin and development of religious ideologies and the ways they shaped Pueblo societies across the Southwest in the centuries prior to European contact.

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Living and Leaving

A Social History of Regional Depopulation in Thirteenth-Century Mesa Verde

The University of Arizona Press

Mesa Verde migrations were an integral part of a transformative period that forever changed the course of Pueblo history. Bringing together multiple lines of evidence, including settlement patterns, pottery exchange networks, and changes in ceremonial and civic architecture, Donna M. Glowacki takes a historical perspective that forefronts the social factors underlying the depopulation of Mesa Verde, showing how “living and leaving” were experienced across the region.

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