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243 About the Author Gregson Schachner (Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2007) is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology and Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Schachner’s research focuses on mobility and transformations in leadership and settlement structure among early farming societies in the American Southwest . Over the past 15 years, he has worked as a field archaeologist in a variety of regions within the Southwest, including the Cibola, Mesa Verde, Hohokam, and Mimbres regions. His published work has appeared in American Antiquity, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Journal of Archaeological Research, Journal of Archaeological Science, and Kiva. His recent publications include “Ritual Places and Landscapes: Connecting Southwest People Across Time and Space” in Movement, Connectivity and Landscape Change in the Ancient Southwest (2011), “Corporate Group Formation and Differentiation in Early Puebloan Villages of the American Southwest” in American Antiquity (2010), “Imagining Communities in the Cibola Past” in The Social Construction of Communities (2008), and “Becoming Central: Organizational Transformations in the Emergence of Zuni” in Hinterlands and Regional Dynamics in the Ancient Southwest (2007) (with Andrew I. Duff). Dr. Schachner is currently directing a survey and mapping project investigating early (AD 500–1000) and late (AD 1300–1400) ancestral Pueblo villages in the Petrified Forest of Arizona. ...


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