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Village Ecodynamics Project


January 2013

VEP Papers at 2013 SAAs!

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We hope you will come to hear about VEP and VEP-related research in Honolulu…one can only surf so much! Papers include: Katie Grundtisch, Scott Ortman, Timothy Kohler and Carly Fitzpatrick: Violence and Warfare in the Northern Rio Grande. In General Session "New Insights in Southwestern Archaeology," Thursday Morning April 4 Kelsey M. Reese, R. Kyle Bocinsky, Addy Donyina, Donna M. Glowacki, and Scott G. Ortman: What are Communities, Really? In Symposium "New Directions in Modeling Dynamics for Coupled Social-Natural Systems," Thursday 9:30 AM April 4 Tim Kohler, Stefani Crabtree, Michael Berry, and Jeffrey Dean, Secrets of the Southwest Solved by Walkative Tree Rings. In Symposium, "The connected past: critical and innovative approaches to networks in archaeology," Thursday evening April 4 Tim Kohler, Discussant in Forum "Re-connecting the past: the future of social network analysis in archaeology" Friday afternoon April 5.

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