William M Graves

The Colonial Period in the American Southwest

William M. Graves is a Principal Investigator with Logan Simpson and a visiting scholar at the University of Arizona’s School of Anthropology. He has conducted research projects in the Salinas Pueblos area of New Mexico, the San Juan Basin, the Silver Creek drainage in east-central Arizona, and the Phoenix and Tucson Basins. His research focuses on examining changes in sociopolitical organization, inequality, and cultural identity during the late pre-Hispanic and early colonial periods.