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Native American depopulation, reforestation, and fire regimes in the Southwest United States, 1492–1900 CE
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The results indicate that the indigenous population of the Jemez Province declined by 87% following European colonization but that this reduction occurred nearly a century after initial contact, and triggered an increase in the frequency of extensive surface fires between 1640 and 1900. Expand
Multiscale perspectives of fire, climate and humans in western North America and the Jemez Mountains, USA
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This work reconstruct and analyse effects of high human population densities in forests of the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico from ca 1300 CE to Present to show reduction of widespread fires owing to reduction of fuel continuity emerges as a hallmark of extensive human impacts on past forests and fire regimes. Expand
Is Poverty in Our Genes?
We present a critique of a paper written by two economists, Quamrul Ashraf and Oded Galor, which is forthcoming in the American Economic Review and which was uncritically highlighted in ScienceExpand
“Burn the churches, break up the bells”: The archaeology of the Pueblo Revolt revitalization movement in New Mexico, A.D. 1680–1696
This dissertation investigates the archaeology of the Pueblo Revolt era (A.D. 1680-1696) in the Jemez Province of New Mexico, and attempts two broad goals. The first is to critically examine theExpand
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE PUEBLO REVOLT AND THE FORMATION OF THE MODERN PUEBLO WORLD
Abstract The Pueblo Revolt and its aftermath (A.D. 1680–1696) was a crucial period in the history of the American Southwest. Previous studies of this era have focused primarily on the causes of theExpand
Pueblo Settlement, Architecture, and Social Change in the Pueblo Revolt Era, A.D. 1680 to 1696
Abstract In A.D. 1680, the Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest united in a revolt that drove Spanish colonists out of Pueblo lands for more than a decade. Dramatic changes in the architecture,Expand
The Innovative Materiality of Revitalization Movements: Lessons from the Pueblo Revolt of 1680
ABSTRACT  Although Wallace's revitalization movement model has been successfully utilized in scores of ethnographic and ethnohistorical studies of societies throughout the world, revitalization isExpand
The Mickey Mouse kachina and other “Double Objects”: Hybridity in the material culture of colonial encounters
Hybridity is a term used by anthropologists to characterize the amalgamation of influences from two (or more) different cultural groups. Hybridity has captivated archaeology in recent years,Expand
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