Research in Economic Anthropology

Overview

This volume contains 11 papers covering: 1) Women as Artisans from Colombia and the Phillippines; 2) Money and Witchcraft from Niger and Tanzania; 3) Resistance to Economic Development for Canada, Mexico and the US; 4) Changing Rural Economies from Guatemala and Kenya; and 5) Ethnoarchaeological Studies with the topics of ceramics in Peru and state origins on Bali.

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Overview

This volume contains 11 papers covering: 1) Women as Artisans from Colombia and the Phillippines; 2) Money and Witchcraft from Niger and Tanzania; 3) Resistance to Economic Development for Canada, Mexico and the US; 4) Changing Rural Economies from Guatemala and Kenya; and 5) Ethnoarchaeological Studies with the topics of ceramics in Peru and state origins on Bali.

This volume contains 11 papers covering: 1) Women as Artisans from Colombia and the Phillippines; 2) Money and Witchcraft from Niger and Tanzania; 3) Resistance to Economic Development for Canada, Mexico and the US; 4) Changing Rural Economies from Guatemala and Kenya; and 5) Ethnoarchaeological Studies with the topics of ceramics in Peru and state origins on Bali.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762301515
  • Publisher: Jai Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/28/1996

Table of Contents

List of Contributors
Series Editor's Preface
Introduction
Pt. I The Midcontinent
Woodland Traditions in the Midcontinent: A Comparison of Three Regional Sequences 3
Subsistence Inferences from Woodland and Mississippian Ceramics: The Central Ohio Valley, Circa 1000 B.C.-A.D. 1200 47
The Possible Role of Salt Production in Fort Ancient Cultural Development from A.D. 1200 to 1550 77
Pt. II The Prairies and the Plains
Bison Subsistence Change: The Protohistoric Ohio Valley and Illinois Valley Connection 103
Early Village Formation in the Middle Missouri Subarea of the Plains 131
Pt. III The Southwest
Pinyon Nuts and Other Wild Resources in Western Anasazi Subsistence Economies 195
Subsistence Change and Architecture: Anasazi Storerooms in the Dolores Region, Colorado 241
Reservoirs and Locational Shifts in Sonoran Desert Subsistence 267
Ceramics, Sedentism, and Agricultural Dependency at a Late Pithouse/Early Pueblo Period Village 307
Pt. IV The Northwest Coast
Exploring Prehistoric Subsistence Change on the Northwest Coast 337
The Evolution of Northwest Coast Subsistence 367
Pt. V Discussion
Discussion 431
Discussion 441
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