Southeastern Mesoamerica: indigenous interaction, resilience, and change

dc.contributor.authorGoodwin, Whitney A., editor
dc.contributor.authorJohnson, Erlend, editor
dc.contributor.authorFigueroa, Alejandro J., editor
dc.contributor.authorUniversity Press of Colorado, publisher
dc.descriptionIncludes bibliographical references and index.
dc.description.abstractHighlights the diversity and dynamism of Indigenous groups that inhabited and continue to inhabit the borders of Southeastern Mesoamerica, that includes parts of present-day Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Combining archaeological, ethnohistoric, and historic data to understand the long-term sociopolitical and cultural changes that occurred throughout occupation.--Provided by publisher.
dc.description.tableofcontentsIntegrating the prehistoric natural and social landscapes of the highlands of southwest Honduras: a deep history / Alejandro J. Figueroa and Timothy Scheffler -- Evaluating the size, limits and influence of the Copán polity in western Honduras via Protoclassic to Late Classic period transformations in the Cucuyagua and Sensenti valleys of western Honduras / Erlend Johnson -- Río Amarillo: a community on the margins of ancient Copán / Cameron L. McNeil, Edy Barrios, Walter Burgos, Antolín Velásquez, and Mauricio Díaz García -- The archaeology of Jesú︢s de Otoro and inter-valley variation in central Honduras / William J. McFarlane and Miranda Stockett Suri -- Archaeological research in southeastern Honduras: the case of the Jamastrán Valley / Eva L. Martínez -- Ancient Mosquito Coast: why only certain material culture was adopted from outsiders / Christopher Begley -- The royalization of Roatán: colonial encounters with the Pech and Miskitu / Lorena D. Mihok, E. Christian Wells, and Whitney A. Goodwin -- Historical archaeology in Honduras / Russell Sheptak -- The politics of ethnic identity in the context of the "frontier": ethnohistory of the Lenca, Chortí and Nahua peoples of Honduras / Gloria Lara-Pinto -- Honduran Lenca chiefdoms of the Contact period (1502-1550) / Pastor Rodolfo Gómez Zúñiga -- Sixteenth-century mobility and interaction in southeastern Mesoamerica: clues from conquistador routes / William R. Fowler -- An alternative framework for Honduran archaeology / Rosemary A. Joyce -- Sociopolitical dynamism, fluidity, and fragmentation in southeast Mesoamerica / Edward Schortman and Patricia Urban.
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dc.subject.lcshIndians of Central America -- Social conditions
dc.subject.lcshIndians of Central America -- Politics and government
dc.subject.lcshIndians of Central America -- Antiquities
dc.subject.lcshEthnohistory -- Central America
dc.subject.lcshCentral America -- Antiquities
dc.titleSoutheastern Mesoamerica: indigenous interaction, resilience, and change
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