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Changing Views on Hohokam Archaeology

February 14-19, 1988

George J. Gumerman, Chair
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Seminar Participants

  • Patricia L. Crown, Southern Methodist University
  • Jeffrey S. Dean,University of Arizona
  • William H. Doelle, Institute for American Research
  • David E. Doyel, Pueblo Grande Museum
  • Gary Feinman, University of Wisconsin
  • Paul S. Fish, Arizona State Museum
  • Robert Gasser, Tempe, Arizona
  • George J. Gumerman, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
  • Thomas R. Lincoln, Bureau of Reclamation
  • Randall H. McGuire, State University of New York, Binghamton
  • Jill E. Neitzel, Connecticut College

Seminar Abstract

Participants in this seminar, the first in the Amerind New World Studies Series, addressed problems in Hohokam archaeology, proceeding along several avenues that assessed questions of chronology, social organization, material culture, subsistence, and exchange. These discussions generated a broad perspective of the Hohokam, and by distilling the most recently available information, provided a much stronger understanding of Hohokam prehistory.

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