Rethinking Moundville and Its Hinterland

By Vincas P. Steponaitis; C. Margaret Steponaitis | Go to book overview

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John H. Blitz (PhD, City University of New York, 1991) is professor of anthropology at the University of Alabama. He has done extensive work on the Mississippian cultures of Alabama and Georgia. His books include Moundville; The Chattahoochee Chiefdoms; and Ancient Chiefdoms of the Tombigbee.

Jera R. Davis (PhD, University of Alabama, 2014) is instructor of anthropology and cultural resource investigator at the University of Alabama. Her dissertation examined the role of plaza construction in the formation of the Moundville polity, and her research interests include crafting, identity, and iconography.

Scott W. Hammerstedt (PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 2005) is a member of the research faculty at the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, University of Oklahoma. His research interests include the political economy and settlement patterns of Mississippian people.

H. Edwin Jackson (PhD, University of Michigan, 1986) is professor of anthropology at the University of Southern Mississippi and a specialist in zooarchaeology, the study of how ancient people used animals. He has published numerous articles on Mississippian, Woodland, and Archaic economies and settlement patterns in the American South.

Vernon James Knight Jr. (PhD, University of Florida, 1981), is professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Alabama and a preeminent authority on Moundville and the archaeology of Alabama. His books include Mound Excavations at Moundville; The Search for Mabila; and Archaeology of the Moundville Chiefdom (with V. P. Steponaitis).

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