Robert W. Preucel
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Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt
Identity, Meaning, and Renewal in the Pueblo World
Edited by Robert W. Preucel
University of New Mexico Press
Archaeologists, anthropologists, historians, and Native American scholars offer new views of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 that emphasize the transformative roles of material culture in mediating Pueblo Indian strategies of resistance and Colonial Spanish structures of domination.
The Continuous Path
Pueblo Movement and the Archaeology of Becoming
Edited by Samuel Duwe and Robert W. Preucel
The University of Arizona Press
The Continuous Path challenges archaeologists to take Pueblo concepts of movement seriously by privileging Pueblo concepts of being and becoming in the interpretation of anthropological data. The collaborative volume brings together Native community members, archaeologists, and anthropologists to weave multiple perspectives together to write the histories of Pueblo peoples past, present, and future.
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