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ISBN
978-1-64642-406-1
Idioma
eng
Clasificación DEWEY
972.501 LEG
Título
The Legacies of The Basin of Mexico / edited by Carlos E. Cordova and Christopher T. Morehart
Lugar de publicación
Denver Univerity Press of Colorado 2023
Descripción
xvi, 380 páginas
Tipo de medio digital o análogo
sin medio rdamedia
Medio de almacenamiento
volumen rdacarrier
Nota de Resumen
This volume celebrates the continuing impact of the most notable contributions from The Basin of Mexico: The Ecological Processes in the Evolution of a Civilization by William T. Sanders, Jeffrey R. Parsons, and Robert S. Santley. In 1979, this influential work synthesized the results of the Basin of Mexico survey projects and follow-up excavations at several sites, while providing theoretical and methodological lines of research in central Mexico and generally in Mesoamerica. More than four decades after that book’s publication, the fourteen contributions in this volume review and analyze its theoretical and methodological influence in light of recent research across disciplines. Among a spectrum of authors representing several generations are those who participated directly in the Basin of Mexico surveys—including the late Jeffrey R. Parsons—as well as those who have been actively working on recent projects in the basin and neighboring regions. Providing a broad and multidisciplinary perspective of the present and future state of research in the area, The Legacies of The Basin of Mexico will be of interest to Mesoamerican and Latin American archaeologists as well as geographers, geologists, historians, and specialists in the study of past environments.
Fuente de adquisición
Gest Edit ; compra ; octubre 2023
Materia
Indios de México -- Antigüedades
Patrones Prehistóricos de Colonización de Tierras -- México
Ecología -- México
Autor Secundario
Cordova, Carlos E. , editor
Morehart, Christopher T. , editor
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