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[EAN: 9780813016207], Neubuch, ELSA M. REDMOND,SOCIAL SCIENCES,NATIVE AMERICAN,HISTORY, This item is printed on demand. Hardcover. Stakes out a position that will affect future discussions of the emergence of chiefdoms. . . . promises to greatly increase our understanding of the emergence of inequality and institutionalized leadership positions. --John Scarry, University of North Carolina, Chapel HillThese compelling essays about Native American chiefs and their rise to power break new ground in the study of chiefdoms and their origins. Archaeologists, historians, and anthropologists bring up to date the information about many complex chiefdoms that flourished throughout the Americas, in which numerous villages and regions were ruled single-handedly by hereditary chiefs. The books focus on the leadership of chieftains offers a new perspective for examining the development of complex chiefly societies in the Americas. The geographically and chronologically diverse case studies highlight the dynamics of the temporary chieftaincy and the development of permanent, hereditary chiefdoms. ContentsForeword by Neil L. WhiteheadPreface by Elsa M. RedmondIntroduction: The Dynamics of Chieftaincy and the Development of Chiefdoms, by Elsa M. Redmond1. What Happened at the Flashpoint Conjectures on Chiefdom Formation at the Very Moment of Conception, by Robert L. Carneiro2. Less than Meets the Eye: Evidence for Protohistoric Chiefdoms in Northern New Mexico, by Winifred Creamer and Jonathan Haas3. In War and Peace: Alternative Paths to Centralized Leadership, by Elsa M. Redmond4. Investigating the Development of Venezuelan Chiefdoms, by Charles S. Spencer5. Tupinamb Chiefdoms by William C. Sturtevant6. Colonial Chieftains of the Lower Orinoco and Guayana Coast, by Neil L. Whitehead7. War and Theocracy, by Pita Kelekna8. The Muisca: Chiefdoms in Transition, by Doris Kurella9. Social Foundations of Taino Caciques, by William Keegan, Morgan Maclachlan, and Brian Byrne10. Native Chiefdoms and the Exercise of Complexity in Sixteenth-Century Florida, by Jerald T. Milanich11. The Evolution of the Powhatan Paramount Chiefdom in Virginia, by Helen C. Rountree and E. Randolph Turner IIIElsa M. Redmond, research associate in the Department of Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, is the author of Tribal and Chiefly Warfare in South America and A Fuego y Sangre: Early Zapotec Imperialism in the Cuicatln Caada, Oaxaca. This item ships from La Vergne,TN., [PU: University of Florida Press]

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Stake s] out a position that will affect future discussions of the emergence of chiefdoms. . . . promises to greatly increase our understanding of the emergence of inequality and institutionalized leadership positions.--John Scarry, University of North Carolina, Chapel HillThese compelling essays about Native American chiefs and their rise to power break new ground in the study of chiefdoms and their origins. Archaeologists, historians, and anthropologists bring up to date the information about many complex chiefdoms that flourished throughout the Americas, in which numerous villages and regions were ruled single-handedly by hereditary chiefs. The book's focus on the leadership of chieftains offers a new perspective for examining the development of complex chiefly societies in the Americas. The geographically and chronologically diverse case studies highlight the dynamics of the temporary chieftaincy and the development of permanent, hereditary chiefdoms. ContentsForeword by Neil L. WhiteheadPreface by Elsa M. RedmondIntroduction: The Dynamics of Chieftaincy and the Development of Chiefdoms, by Elsa M. Redmond1. What Happened at the Flashpoint? Conjectures on Chiefdom Formation at the Very Moment of Conception, by Robert L. Carneiro2. Less than Meets the Eye: Evidence for Protohistoric Chiefdoms in Northern New Mexico, by Winifred Creamer and Jonathan Haas3. In War and Peace: Alternative Paths to Centralized Leadership, by Elsa M. Redmond4. Investigating the Development of Venezuelan Chiefdoms, by Charles S. Spencer5. Tupinamba Chiefdoms? by William C. Sturtevant6. Colonial Chieftains of the Lower Orinoco and Guayana Coast, by Neil L. Whitehead7. War and Theocracy, by Pita Kelekna8. The Muisca: Chiefdoms in Transition, by Doris Kurella9. Social Foundations of Taino Caciques, by William Keegan, Morgan Maclachlan, and Brian Byrne10. Native Chiefdoms and the Exercise of Complexity in Sixteenth-Century Florida, by Jerald T. Milanich11. The Evolution of the Powhatan Paramount Chiefdom in Virginia, by Helen C. Rountree and E. Randolph Turner IIIElsa M. Redmond, research associate in the Department of Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, is the author of Tribal and Chiefly Warfare in South America and A Fuego y Sangre: Early Zapotec Imperialism in the Cuicatlan Canada, Oaxaca. Books, History, Chiefdoms And Chieftaincy In The Americas Books>History, UNIVERSITY PRESS OF FLORIDA

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Chiefdoms and Chieftaincy in the Americas: Hardback: University Press of Florida: 9780813016207: 31 Dec 1998: The essays in this work present geographically and chronologically diverse case studies which highlight the dynamics of the temporary chieftancy and the development of permanent, hereditary chiefdoms. Stake[s] out a position that will affect future discussions of the emergence of chiefdoms. . promises to greatly increase our understanding of the emergence of inequality and institutionalized leadership positions."-John Scarry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill These compelling essays about Native American chiefs and their rise to power break new ground in the study of chiefdoms and their origins. Archaeologists, historians, and anthropologists bring up to date the information about many complex chiefdoms that flourished throughout the Americas, in which numerous villages and regions were ruled single-handedly by hereditary chiefs. The book's focus on the leadership of chieftains offers a new perspective for examining the development of complex chiefly societies in the Americas. The geographically and chronologically diverse case studies highlight the dynamics of the temporary chieftaincy and the development of permanent, hereditary chiefdoms. Contents Foreword by Neil L. Whitehead Preface by Elsa M. Redmond Introduction: The Dynamics of Chieftaincy and the Development of Chiefdoms, by Elsa M. Redmond 1. What Happened at the Flashpoint? Conjectures on Chiefdom Formation at the Very Moment of Conception, by Robert L. Carneiro 2. Less than Meets the Eye: Evidence for Protohistoric Chiefdoms in Northern New Mexico, by Winifred Creamer and Jonathan Haas 3. In War and Peace: Alternative Paths to Centralized Leadership, by Elsa M. Redmond 4. Investigating the Development of Venezuelan Chiefdoms, by Charles S. Spencer 5. Tupinambá Chiefdoms? by William C. Sturtevant 6. Colonial Chieftains of the Lower Orinoco and Guayana Coast, by Neil L. Whitehead 7. War and Theocracy, by Pita Kelekna 8. The Muisca: Chiefdoms in Transition, by Doris Kurella 9. Social Foundations of Taino Caciques, by William Keegan, Morgan Maclachlan, and Brian Byrne 10. Native Chiefdoms and the Exercise of Complexity in Sixteenth-Century Florida, by Jerald T. Milanich 11. The E. Anthropology, , , , Chiefdoms and Chieftaincy in the Americas, Elsa M. Redmond, 9780813016207, University Press of Florida, , , , ,, [PU: University of Florida Press]

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These compelling essays break new ground in the study of chiefdoms and their origins. The book's focus on leadership offers a new perspective for examining the development of complex chiefly societies in the Americas. The geographically and chronologically diverse case studies highlight the dynamics of the temporary chieftaincy and the development of permanent, hereditary chiefdoms.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780813016207
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Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: UNIV PR OF FLORIDA
320 Pages
Weight: 0,644 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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