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Anthropology & Archaeology

The Neo-Indians

A Religion for the Third Millennium

January 23, 2015

The New Religious Image of Urban America

The Shopping Mall as Ceremonial Center

Second Edition

The Poetics of Processing

Memory Formation, Identity, and the Handling of the Dead

The Power of Nature

Archaeology and Human-Environmental Dynamics

The Rain Gods’ Rebellion

The Cultural Basis of a Nahua Insurgency

The Sámi People

Traditions in Transition

The Sea Woman

Sedna in Inuit Shamanism and Art in the Eastern Arctic

The Sun God and the Savior

The Christianization of the Nahua and Totonac in the Sierra Norte de Puebla, Mexico

The Terminal Classic in the Maya Lowlands

Collapse, Transition, and Transformation

The Transnational Construction of Mayanness

Reading Modern Mesoamerica through US Archives

The World Below

Body and Cosmos in Otomí Indian Ritual

These “Thin Partitions”

Bridging the Growing Divide between Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology

They Sang for Horses

The Impact of the Horse on Navajo and Apache Folklore

Thiefing a Chance

Factory Work, Illicit Labor, and Neoliberal Subjectivities in Trinidad

Through Their Eyes

A Community History of Eagle, Circle, and Central

Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl

The Once and Future Lord of the Toltecs

Traditions, Transitions, and Technologies

Themes in Southwestern Archaeology

Ultimate Americans

Point Hope, Alaska 1826-1909

Uncertain Times

Anthropological Approaches to Labor in a Neoliberal World

Unlearning

Rethinking Poetics, Pandemics, and the Politics of Knowledge

University Press of Colorado University of Alaska Press Utah State University Press University of Wyoming Press