Archaelogical Cultures and Cultural Affiliation: Hopi and Zuni Perspectives in the American Southwest
We suggest anthropological perspectives of culture need to be reintegrated into archaeological theory in collaboration with Native Americans in order to interpret the past in a manner that is both useful and interesting to the multiple audiences interested in our work.
Dongoske, K.E., M. Yeatts, R. Anyon, and T.J. Ferguson. 1997. Archaelogical cultures and cultural affiliation: Hopi and Zuni perspectives in the American Southwest. American Antiquity 62(4).
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