4 edition of Rock art studies in the Great Basin found in the catalog.
Rock art studies in the Great Basin
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Eric W. Ritter.|
|Series||Archives of Great Basin prehistory -- no. 1.|
|Contributions||Ritter, Eric W.|
|LC Classifications||E78.G67 R63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||00712142|
For those interested in rock art as a window into indigenous cultures of the past, our contemporary projections of meanings are of great concern. Applying the tools of critical/cultural studies to both academic and popular discourse, Rogers explores the implications of such projections for rock art studies, contemporary gender dynamics, and the Author: Richard A. Rogers. AMS Radiocarbon and Cation-Ratio Dating of Rock Art in the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming and Montana Julie E. Francis, Lawrence L. Loendorf, Ronald I. Dorn American Antiquity, Vol. 58, No. 4, October , pp. Study evaluates usefulness of methods used for dating rock art. More information.
In the early s, a bighorn ram skull cap with intact horn cores, set atop a stacked rock cairn, was discovered at the Rose Spring site (CA-INY), located on the edge of the Coso Range at the. Martineau’s work was based mainly on his studies of petroglyphs and pictographs in the Great Basin region. His findings are of particular relevance to the studies reported here since in both cases it is believed that the creators and users of the sites were peoples who shared a common ancestry with those of the Great Basin (Kroeber Author: Merle F Walker.
Most notable in this regard are the circumstances involving Robert Heizer, senior author of the most widely cited North American rock art monograph: The Rock Art of Nevada and Eastern California (Heizer & Baumhoff ). Although Heizer was a preeminent ‘dirt archaeologist’ renowned for his excavations in California, the Great Basin and. Alpine Lakes Loop Trail is one of the best all-around hikes in Great Basin National Park, especially if you’re hiking with people of varying ages and abilities. The loop trail features fantastic views of Wheeler Peak, 13, feet in elevation and the second (or first depending on how Boundary Peak at 13, feet is classified) highest in Nevada.
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In Great Basin Rock Art, twelve respected rock art researchers examine a number of significant sites from the dual perspectives of settlement archaeology and contemporary Native American interpretations of the role of rock art in their cultural : Hardcover.
In Great Basin Rock Art, twelve respected rock art researchers examine a number of Rock art studies in the Great Basin book sites from the dual perspectives of settlement archaeology and contemporary Native American interpretations of the role of rock art in their cultural past.
The authors demonstrate how modern archaeological methodology and interpretations are providing Pages: In Great Basin Rock Art, twelve respected rock art researchers examine a number of significant sites from the dual perspectives of settlement archaeology and contemporary Native American interpretations of the role of rock art in their cultural past.
The authors demonstrate how modern archaeological methodology and interpretations are providing Manufacturer: University of Nevada Press. Rock Art Studies. The archaeological sub-discipline devoted to the investigation of rock art is known as "rock art studies." Rock art specialist David S.
Whitley noted that research in this area required an "integrated effort" that brings together archaeological theory, method, fieldwork, analytical techniques and. Great Mural Rock Art consists of prehistoric paintings of humans and other animals, often larger than life-size, on the walls and ceilings of natural rock shelters in the mountains of northern Baja California Sur and southern Baja California, group of monuments comprises the site Rock Paintings of Sierra de San Francisco, which is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
(Deborah Wall) Intricate patterned rock art can been seen at Basin and Range National Monument, north of Hiko, Nevada. (Deborah Wall) This well-defined petroglyph is found in the “Amphitheater” at White River Narrows, part of Basin and Range. About this Item: Damiani MayHardcover.
Condition: New. Drawn from an archive comprised of 1, separate pieces, including original drawings, color Xeroxes, swatch references and inspiration materials, 'Stephen Sprouse: Xerox/Rock/Art' presents a revelatory look at Sprouse's design work from the mids through the late s--a period characterized by the artist/designer's.
Rock Art Studies in the Americas, Jack Steinbring, editorOxbow Monogr paper pages, b/w photos, figures & illustrations & maps, /4" x /4".
Great Basin rock art: archaeological perspectives. [Angus R Quinlan;] "This book deals with new research directions in rock art studies. The essays are diverse and present views that are at the forefront of rock art research in western North America and elsewhere." Toward a gender-inclusive view of rock art in the northern Great Basin.
Piedra Pintada Books Catalogue of Specialist Rock Art Titles. Making Marks: Graduate Studies in Rock Art Research at the New Millenium, Jennifer K.
Huang and Elisabeth V. Culley Archaeology and Rock Art of the Eastern Sierra and Great Basin Frontier. Great Basin Rock Art: Archaeological Perspectives [Angus R. Quinlan]. Rock art is one of humankind’s most ancient forms of artistic expression, and one of its most enigmatic.
For centuries, scholars and other observers have struggled to interpret the. Richard A. Rogers is a professor of communication studies and associate faculty in women’s and gender studies at Northern Arizona University. A rock art enthusiast, avocational archaeologist, and cultural critic, he has explored the rock art and archaeology of the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin for.
Four Great Basin petroglyph studies. Berkeley: University of California, Dept. of Anthropology, (OCoLC) Online version: Four Great Basin petroglyph studies. Berkeley: University of California, Dept. of Anthropology, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document.
The Great Basin encompasses most of the present state of Nevada, the eastern half of Utah and portions of southern central and eastern Oregon and southern Idaho are located on the northern boundary. The Great Basin area is an area where precipitation has no outlet to the ocean.
Native American Studies. They Met at Wounded Knee The Eastmans' Story. $ Gretchen Cassel Eick Format: Great Basin Rock Art Archaeological Perspectives.
$ Angus R. Quinlan Format: Paper Pages: Basket Woman A Book Of Indian Tales. $ Mary. Despite Lagomarsino's importance in the history of Great Basin rock art studies, no adequate documentation of the site existed prior to Nevada Rock Art Foundation's work at the site.
Alanah Woody's vision to realize an archaeological inventory of the site that would serve the needs of culture resource management, public interpretation, and research was one of the motivations behind the. BISAC Subject: Social Science / Archaeology, Social Science / Ethnic Studies / Native American Studies Book Type: NON-FICTION Dewey: / Language: ENGLISH LCCN: Library Subject: Antiquities, Great Basin, Indians of North America, Petroglyphs, Rock paintings Pages:viii, p.: Place of Publication: United States.
Great Basin Anthropological Association. likes. The official source of news and information about the Great Basin Anthropological Conference (GBAC).Followers: Fremont is a culture (ca. – A.D.) first defined by archaeologist Noel Morss in based on characteristics unique to the area.
Initially thought to be a simple socio-political system, recent reassessments of the Fremont assume a more complex society. This volume places Fremont rock art studies in this contemporary context.
The Native American inhabitants of North America’s Great Basin have a long, eventful history and rich cultures. Great Basin Indians: An Encyclopedic History covers all aspects of their world.
The book is organized in an encyclopedic format to allow full discussion of many diverse topics, including geography, religion, significant individuals, the impact of Euro-American settlement, wars Author: Michael Hittman. Story and photos by Lauren di Scipio Kinsner Research Associate, Archaeology Based in the Bureau of Land Management Battle Mountain Field Office, Nevada.
As an archaeologist and part of the BLM’s cultural team, I spend my days pretty much 50/50 in the field executing cultural surveys and monitoring, then at my desk doing things such as research, GIS mapping, reviewing/writing.Inhe co-authored a book that outlines a new strategy for the conservation of world rock art and in late an edited book with Liam Brady, Relating to rock art in the contemporary world: navigating symbolism, meaning and significance (University Press of Colorado).Download Citation | Women artists of the great basin | This is a book about women, art, and story, and those three potent topics have blended into powerful and authentic art, art that is cradled.