GARY M. FEINMAN is Chair and Curator of Mesoamerican Anthropology and Archaeology at The Field Museum. He has conducted regional surveys, intensive site surveys, and excavations in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, for over 20 years. For the past seven years, he also has been a member of a collaborative archaeological team that is carrying out systematic regional survey and excavation in eastern Shandong Province, China.
JOHN P. HART is Director of Research and Collections at the New York State Museum. His research has recently focused on the history and evolution of maize-beans-squash agriculture in the northern Eastern Woodlands of North America.
GEORGE T. JONES is the Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Archaeology at Hamilton College. For the past fifteen years he has investigated Paleoindian mobility and settlement patterns in the Great Basin of the western United States.
JOHN KANTNER is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Georgia State University. His research concentrates on the development of prehistoric societies in the American Southwest, with an emphasis on the application of evolutionary theory and the analysis of settlement patterns and ceramics.
KEVIN M. KELLY is an Associate Research Scientist in the University of Iowa College of Public Health and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Community and Behav-