4-0615
HOUSEHOLDS SHAPE HISTORY IN ANCIENT MESOAMERICA
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Sponsored By: Archaeology Division and Council for Museum Anthropology
Friday, November 16, 2012: 1:45 PM-3:30 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Scott R Hutson (University of Kentucky) and Cynthia Robin (Northwestern University)
Chairs:  Scott R Hutson (University of Kentucky) and Cynthia Robin (Northwestern University)
1:45 PM
Houses of Style: Adornment, Consumption, and Identity In Formative Central Mexican Households
David M Carballo (Boston University), Richard G Lesure (Univ of California Los Angeles) and Jennifer L Carballo (Peabody Museum, Harvard University)
2:00 PM
Everyday Action and the Rise and Decline of Ancient Polities: Household Strategy and Political Change In Postclassic Central Mexico
Kristin De Lucia (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Lisa Overholtzer (Northwestern University and Wichita State University)
2:15 PM
Political Transformations and the Everyday In Postclassic Oaxaca
Arthur A Joyce (University of Colorado), Marc N Levine (Denver Museum of Nature & Science), Stacie Marie King (Indiana University) and Jessica Hedgepeth (University of Colorado, Boulder)
2:30 PM
Working with Clay
Rosemary Joyce (University of California Berkeley) and Julia A Hendon (Gettysburg College)
3:00 PM
Three Types of Negotiation At Ancient Ucí, Yucatan, Mexico
Scott R Hutson (University of Kentucky)
3:15 PM
Households, Communities, and Politcal Dynamics In the Xunantunich Hinterland
Jason Yaeger (University of Texas at San Antonio)
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