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Data sets included in this project were created for the article "Marking and Making Difference: Representational Diversity in the US Southwest.". Published in American Antiquity 81(2), 2016, pp. 253-272. By Michelle Hegmon, Jacob Freeman, Keith W. Kintigh, Margaret C. Nelson, Sarah Oas, Matthew A. Peeples, and Andrea Torvinen

The paper is based on data from the Cibola region of the US Southwest, and each (.xlsx) file includes the data for a given time period (Pueblo III, Early Pueblo IV, Late Pueblo IV, Early Prothistoric, Late Protohistoric). The periods are explained in the article.

This collection contains datasets, papers, and project which were generated by research conducted with funding from two National Science Foundation grants. The second grant was an extension of the initial findings and was funded by an NSF Dynamic Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program (#CNH‐1113991).

This paper is a product of the LTVTP project and was funded by an NSF Dynamic Coupled Natural and Human Systems Program (#CNH‐1113991) and concerned how interacting dimensions of social and ecological diversities create both short- and long-term tradeoffs. The research explores which diversity tradeoffs can claim both short-term efficiency and longer-term resilience and will characterize diversity tradeoffs in social-ecological systems that sacrifice longer-term resilience for short-term gains. The research looked for combinations of diversity in ecological landscapes and forms of social organization that make social-ecological systems more or less resilient.


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Documents and Data from Hegmon et al. Marking and Making Difference: Representational Diversity in the US Southwest. ( tDAR id: 399125) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8GX4D0X


Keywords

Culture
Cibola Salado

Material
Ceramic

Investigation Types
Archaeological Overview Collections Research

Geographic Keywords
Arizona New Mexico Southwest

Temporal Keywords
Prohistoric Pueblo III Pueblo IV


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1150 to 1540


Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Michelle Hegmon ; Jacob Freeman ; Keith Kintigh ; Margaret Nelson ; Sarah Oas ; Matthew Peeples ; Andrea Torvinen


Notes

General Note: References: Mills, Barbara J., Jeffery J. Clark, Matthew A. Peeples, W. R. Haas, Jr., John M. Roberts, Jr., J. Brett Hill, Deborah L. Huntley, Lewis Borck, Ronald L. Breiger, Aaron Clauset, and M. Steven Shackley 2013 Transformation of social networks in the late pre-Hispanic US Southwest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(15): 5785-5790. Roberts Jr, John M., Barbara J. Mills, Jeffery J. Clark, W. Randall Haas Jr, Deborah L. Huntley, and Meaghan A. Trowbridge 2012 A method for chronological apportioning of ceramic assemblages. Journal of Archaeological Science 39(5):1513-1520.


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  • Datasets (5)

Datasets

  1. Marking and Making Difference Appendix A: PIII Database (2015)
  2. Marking and Making Difference Appendix B: Early PIV Database (2015)
  3. Marking and Making Difference Appendix C: Late PIV Database (2015)
  4. Marking and Making Difference Appendix D: Early Proto Database (2015)
  5. Marking and Making Difference Appendix E: Late Proto Database (2015)
Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America