Sustainable Lifeways

Sustainable Lifeways. Cultural Persistence in an Ever-changing Environment

edited by Naomi F. Miller, Katherine M. Moore, and Kathleen Ryan

Table of Contents (return home)

Introduction Naomi F. Miller and Katherine M. Moore

Chapter 1 “Living with a Moving Target”: Long-term Climatic Variability and Environmental Risk in Dryland Regions, Neil Roberts

Chapter 2 Prehistoric Pastoralists and Social Responses to Climatic Risk in East Africa, Fiona Marshall, Katherine Grillo, and Lee Arco

Chapter 3 Spreading Risk in Risky Environments: an East African Example, Kathleen Ryan and Karega-Munene

Chapter 4 Risk and Resilience among Contemporary Pastoralists in Southwestern Iran, Lois Beck and Julia Huang

Chapter 5 Change and Stability in an Uncertain Environment: Foraging Strategies in the Levant from the Early Natufians through the Beginning of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B, Arlene Rosen

Chapter 6 Explaining the Structure and Timing of Formation of Pueblo I Villages in the Northern U.S. Southwest, Timothy A. Kohler and Charles Reed

Chapter 7 Mitigating Environmental Risk in the US Southwest, Katherine A. Spielmann, Margaret Nelson, Scott Ingram, and Matthew A. Peeples

Chapter 8 Farmers' Experience and Knowledge: Utilizing Soil Diversity to Mitigate Rainfall Variability on the Taraco Peninsula, Bolivia, Maria Bruno

Chapter 9 Grace Under Pressure: Consistency in Measures of Herding and Fishing Intensity in the Formative Lake Titicaca Basin, Bolivia, Katherine M. Moore

Chapter 10 Periodic Volcanism, Persistent Landscapes, and the Archaeofaunal Record in the Jama Valley of Western Ecuador, Peter Stahl

Chapter 11 Managing Predictable Unpredictability: Agricultural Sustainability at Gordion, Turkey, Naomi F. Miller