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Pottery and people [electronic resource] : a dynamic interaction / edited by James M. Skibo and Gary M. Feinman.

Contributor(s): Skibo, James M | Feinman, Gary M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Foundations of archaeological inquiry: Publisher: Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, c1999Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 260 p.) : ill., maps.ISBN: 9781607817864 (electronic bk.); 1607817861 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Pottery -- Themes, motives | Pottery -- Analysis | Indian pottery | Pottery, Ancient | C�eramique -- Th�emes, motifs | C�eramique -- Analyse | C�eramique indienne d'Am�erique | C�eramique antique | Keramiek | C�eramique -- Analyse | Keramik | Ethnoarch�aologie | Kongress | ART / Popular CultureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pottery and people.DDC classification: 306.4/7 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Pottery and people / James M. Skibo -- Chaco-Chuska connection / James B. Stoltman -- Socialization in American southwest pottery decoration / Patricia L. Crown -- Standardization and specialization / William A. Longacre -- Advantages and disadvantages of vertical-half molding technology / Dean E. Arnold -- Rethinking our assumptions / Gary M. Feinman -- Ceramics and social contexts of food consumption in the Northern Southwest / Barbara J. Mills -- Levels of complexity / Carla M. Sinopoli -- Finely crafted ceramics and distant lands / Barbara L. Stark -- Tecomates, residential mobility, and early formative occupation in coastal lowland Mesoamerica / Philip J. Arnold III -- Exploring the origins of pottery on the Colorado Plateau / James M. Skibo and Eric Blinman -- Looking up at early ceramics in Greece / Karen D. Vitelli -- Behavioral theory of meaning / Michael Brian Schiffer
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-253) and index.

Pottery and people / James M. Skibo -- Chaco-Chuska connection / James B. Stoltman -- Socialization in American southwest pottery decoration / Patricia L. Crown -- Standardization and specialization / William A. Longacre -- Advantages and disadvantages of vertical-half molding technology / Dean E. Arnold -- Rethinking our assumptions / Gary M. Feinman -- Ceramics and social contexts of food consumption in the Northern Southwest / Barbara J. Mills -- Levels of complexity / Carla M. Sinopoli -- Finely crafted ceramics and distant lands / Barbara L. Stark -- Tecomates, residential mobility, and early formative occupation in coastal lowland Mesoamerica / Philip J. Arnold III -- Exploring the origins of pottery on the Colorado Plateau / James M. Skibo and Eric Blinman -- Looking up at early ceramics in Greece / Karen D. Vitelli -- Behavioral theory of meaning / Michael Brian Schiffer

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