Archaeology

The Maya after the Emergence of Divine Kingship

Without electrical lighting to guide the way, our ancestors in the ancient world experienced night very differently than we do today.

Beyond an Archaeology of Settlement Abandonment

An Archaeology of Gardens and Gardeners at Amache

Archaeological Studies of Hunter-Gatherer Diversity

Confronting the Challenges of Collective Action

Mirrors in the Mesoamerican Realm

The Semiotics of Classic Maya Community Cults

There are always “alternative facts.” What matters is how we decide which of those alternative facts are most likely to be true.

Indigenous Interaction, Resilience, and Change

Numic Archaeology and Ethnohistory in the Rocky Mountains and Borderlands

Exploring Archaeological Context, Early American Hunter-Gatherers, and Bison

From the Mediterranean to the Caspian Sea

Ancestors, Scholarship, and Advocacy

A Folsom Winter Camp in the Rockies

Memory Formation, Identity, and the Handling of the Dead

A History of Local Archaeological Knowledge and Labor