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Historic Zuni Architecture and Society: An Archaeological Application of Space Syntax

@inproceedings{Ferguson1996HistoricZA,
  title={Historic Zuni Architecture and Society: An Archaeological Application of Space Syntax},
  author={T. Ferguson},
  year={1996}
}
The historic architecture and settlements of the Zuni Indian Tribe in western New Mexico provide an unusual opportunity to investigate social change. In this monograph, the development of historic Zuni society is analyzed by delineating systematic links between the structure of Zuni society and the structure of architectural forms that the Zuni people built to facilitate their activities. Ferguson shows how the structure of open space within Zuni settlements was linked to defense. As long as… Expand
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