Volume 37 Number 2 2018

Special Issue: Celebrating the Legacy of Mark Williams from the Oconee Valley to Far Beyond

Guest Editor: Thomas J. Pluckhahn



Celebrating the legacy of Mark Williams from the Oconee Valley to far beyond

Thomas J. Pluckhahn

Terra incognita: terrestrial LiDAR documentation of Mound A at Kolomoki (9ER1)

Jared Wood and Thomas J. Pluckhahn

The spatial dimension of the Woodland period

Karen Y. Smith and Keith Stephenson

Swift Creek at a human scale

Thomas J. Pluckhahn and Neill J. Wallis

An iconographic exploration of the “rattlesnake” gorgets of eastern Tennessee

Adam King, Samuel Forst, Ashley Lewis-Lavin, Richard McBurnett, Justin Rauch, Don Rosick, Lelan Swaney, and John Thompson

A chicken on every pot: curious avian ceramic vessels on the Gulf Coast

Ramie A. Gougeon


Thomas Foster II, Lisa M. Paciulli, and David J. Goldstein (eds), Viewing the future in the past: historical ecology applications to environmental issues, reviewed by Karen Stevens

Melissa S. Murphy and Haagen D. Klaus (eds), Colonized bodies, worlds transformed: toward a global bioarchaeology of contact and colonialism, reviewed by Ellen M. Lofaro

Vincas P. Steponaitis and C. Margaret Scarry (eds), Rethinking Moundville and its hinterland, reviewed by B. Jacob Skousen

Shannon Lee Dawdy, Patina: a profane archaeology, reviewed by Kayla J. Hurd

Asa R. Randall, Constructing histories: Archaic freshwater shell mounds and social landscapes of the St. Johns River, Florida, reviewed by Robbie Ethridge

Meghan C. L. Howey, Mound builders and monument makers of the Northern Great Lakes, 1200–1600, reviewed by Sarah C. Sherwood

Gregory A. Waselkov and Marvin T. Smith (eds), Forging southeastern identities: social archaeology, ethnohistory, and folklore of the Mississippian to early historic south, reviewed by Patrick L. Johnson