Ann F Ramenofsky

Ann F. Ramenofsky is professor emerita in anthropology at the University of New Mexico. Her interests focus on native North American responses to European contact, especially introduced infectious diseases, and archaeological methodologies. She is author of Vectors of Death: The Archaeology of European Contact and co-editor, with Anastasia Steffen, of Unit Issues in Archaeology: Time, Space, and Material.

Historical Ecology, Demography, and Movement in the American Southwest

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