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The Transition to statehood in the New World / edited by Grant D. Jones, Robert R. Kautz.

; Kautz, Robert
Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1981.
ISBN 9780521240758, 0521240751

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Other Authors Jones, Grant D., 1941-
Kautz, Robert.
Subjects America.
Amerika.
Anthropologie politique -- Congrès.
Antropologia Cult Social.
Gründung.
Indianen.
Indians -- History -- Congresses.
Indians -- Politics and government -- Congresses.
Indians -- Politics and government.
Indians.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Histoire -- Congrès.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Politique et gouvernement -- Congrès.
Kongress.
Political anthropology -- America -- Congresses.
Political anthropology.
Precolumbiaans tijdperk.
Staat.
Series New directions in archaeology.
Description ix, 254 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Based on papers presented at a conference held at Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., Jan 19-21, 1979.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 228-248) and index.
Contents Issues in the study of New World state formation / Grant D. Jones and Robert R. Kautz -- The chiefdom: precursor of the state / Robert L. Carneiro -- Class conflict and the state in the New World / Jonathan Haas -- The ecological basis for New World state formation: general and local model building / Mark N. Cohen -- The transition to statehood as seen from the mouth of a cave / Richard S. MacNeish -- Religion and the rise of Mesoamerican states / Michael D. Coe -- The nature and role of religious diffusion in the early stages of state formation: an example from Peruvian prehistory / Richard W. Keatinge -- Civilization as a state of mind: the cultural evolution of the lowland Maya / David A. Freidel.
Genre Conference proceedings.
History.
Geographic Area North America
South America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7278205
(OCoLC)ocm07278205
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