University Press of Colorado, 2000. — 468 p. — (Proceedings of the 1996 Southwest Symposium).This book surpasses most regional studies, which often consider only settlement patterns or exchange, and investigates other forms of interaction such as intermarriage and the spread of religious practices. The authors focus especially on understanding the social processes that underlie archaeological evidence of interaction. The essays in this volume examine what regional systems involve, in terms of political and economic relations, and how they can be identified.Michelle Hegmon is a professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University.
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