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Volume 66 Number 4 October 2001


Archaeological Politics and Public Interest in Paleoamerican Studies: Lessons from Gordon Creek Woman and Kennewick Man
Douglas W. Owsley and Richard L. Jantz


Ceramic Style Change and Neutral Evolution: A Case Study from Neolithic Europe
S. J. Shennan and J. R. Wilkinson

Paleocoastal Marine Fishing on the Pacific Coast of the Americas: Perspectives from Daisy Cave, California
Torben C. Rick, Jon M. Erlandson, and René L. Vellanoweth

Wetlands and Emergent Horticultural Economies in the Upper Great Lakes: A New Perspective from the Schultz Site
William A. Lovis, Kathryn C. Egan-Bruhy, Beverley A. Smith, and G. William Monaghan

Sod Blocks in Illinois Hopewell Mounds
Julieann Van Nest, Douglas K. Charles, Jane E. Buikstra, and David L. Asch

Architecture and Authority in the Casas Grandes Area, Chihuahua, New Mexico
Michael E. Whalen and Paul E. Minnis

Special Section: Sources of Archaeological Research Questions

Where do Research Problems Come From?
Lewis R. Binford

Research Problems R Us
George Odell


Identification of Horse Exploitation by Clovis Hunters Based on Protein Analysis
Brian Kooyman, Margaret E. Newman, Christine Cluney, Murray Lobb, Shayne Tolman, Paul McNeil, and L. H. Hills

Reconsidering the "Cause" of Cultural Collapse in the Lillooet Area of British Columbia, Canada: A Geoarchaeological Perspective
Ian Kuijt

Grief and Burial in the American Southwest: The Role of Evolutionary Theory in the Interpretation of Mortuary Remains
Douglas H. MacDonald

Methodological Issues in the Study of Assemblage Diversity
M. J. Baxter


We Have Met the Selectionist and It is Us: Some Comments on Loney's Critical Review of Models of Technological Change in Ceramic Studies
Hector Neff

Behavioral Archaeology and the Study of Technology
Michael Brian Schiffer, James M. Skibo, Janet L. Griffitts, Kacy Hollenback, and William A. Longacre

Pots and Evolution: Response to Neff and Schiffer et al
Helen L. Loney

Models, Definitions, and Stylistic Variation: Comment on Ortman
Teresa D. Hurt, Gordon F. M. Rakita, and Robert D. Leonard

On A Fundamental False Dichotomy in Evolutionary Archaeology: Response to Hurt, Rakita, and Leonard
Scott G. Ortman


Ancient African Metallurgy: The Socio-Cultural Context, by Michael S. Bisson, S. Terry Childs, Phillip de Barros, and Augustine F. C. Holl
Peter Schmidt

The Apache Diaries: A Father-Son Journey, by Grenville Goodwin, and Neil Goodwin Inigo of Rancho Posolmi: The Life and Times of a Mission Indian. Laurence H. Shoup and Randall T. Milliken
Stephen Silliman

Babylonians, by H. W. F. Saggs
Kathryn Keith

Exploration of Ancient Key-Dweller Remains on the Gulf Coast of Florida, by Frank H. Cushing; and The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by William H. Marquardt
Mark R. Barnes

Human Adaptability: An Introduction to Ecological Anthropology, Second Edition, by Emilio F. Moran; and The Muse of History and the Science of Culture, by Robert L. Carneiro
George M. Crothers

The Kachina and the Cross: Indians and Spaniards in the Early Southwest, by Carroll L. Riley
David M. Brugge

Life in Neolithic Farming Communities. Social Organization, Identity, and Differentiation, edited by I. Kujit
Yossi Garfinkel

Staging Burial: Hopewell Ceremonialism at the Mound House Site, Greene County Illinois, by Jane E. Buikstra, Douglas K. Charles, and Gordon F. M. Rakita
Jeffrey L. Hantman

Technology and Social Agency, Marcia-Anne Dobres; and Agency in Archaeology, edited by Marcia-Anne Dobres and John Robb
Paul R. Mullins

Waihou Journeys: The Archaeology of 400 Years of Maori Settlement, by Caroline Phillips
Lisa Nagaoka