Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: Identity, Meaning, and Renewal in the Pueblo World
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Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt is the first archaeological investigation of the events and consequences of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. The fourteen chapters, written by leading anthropologists and Native scholars, explore the roles of architecture and settlement in Puebloan society, the uses of ceramics and rock art in belief systems, and the influences of population movements and warfare patterns on social and political organization. The authors demonstrate that, in the process of resisting Spanish authority. Pueblo people created a new historical consciousness, a collective memory, and mode of interaction, which continues to serve them today.
Robert W. Preucel is associate professor of anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Herman Agoyo is former governor of Okay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo).
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