Life beyond the boundaries: constructing identity in edge regions of the North American Southwest
Harry, Karen G., editor
Herr, Sarah A., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Exploring identity formation in American Southwest communities during pre-contact. Focused on some of the more poorly understood regions using methods drawn from science, anthropology, and history to investigate a variety of themes related to the construction of social identity groups along the Southwest perimeters.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Indians of North America -- Southwest, Old -- Social conditions
Indians of North America -- Mexico -- Social conditions
Group identity -- Southwest, Old -- History -- To 1500
Group identity -- Mexico -- History -- To 1500
Borderlands -- Social aspects -- History -- To 1500
Social archaeology -- Southwest, Old
Social archaeology -- Mexico