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"Researchers and students interested in case studies involving the research topics of social identity and feasting, and current theoretical trends in Southwest archaeology will find this volume useful...[T]he papers on feasting and social identity are refreshing in that at least some archaeologists are turning their attention back to the material culture and are stressing the importance of technological style in material culture analysis."
—Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"This volume impressively continues the publishing tradition of the Southwest Symposium proceedings...[T]he papers exemplify a number of the salient research, legal, and political issues confronting researchers of Southwestern Native American cultures in the first decade of the twenty-first century."
"The reason to read this volume over others is clear: it brings together the work of researchers on the leading edge of emergent issues in archeology....[Mills'] synthesis is broad-reaching, bringing together archeological works from across the globe and incorporating works from other social sciences, while at the same time maintaining a straightforward style that is easy to read, follow, and comprehend."
—Bernard Schriever, Oklahoma Archeology