RECENT AND PENDING PUBLICATIONS: DENI J SEYMOUR
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Seymour, Deni J.
1987 (with Michael B. Schiffer) A Preliminary Analysis of Pithouse Assemblages from Snaketown, Arizona. In Method and Theory for
Activity Area Research--An Ethnoarchaeological Approach, edited by S. Kent, pp. 549-603. Columbia University Press, New York.
1988 An Alternative View of Sedentary Period Hohokam Shell Ornament Production. American Antiquity 53(4):812-829.
1989 The Dynamics of Sobaipuri Settlement in the Eastern Pimeria Alta. Journal of the Southwest 31(2):205-222.
1990 Sobaipuri-Pima Settlement Along the Upper San Pedro River: A Thematic Survey Between Fairbank and Aravaipa Canyon. Report for
the Bureau of Land Management. On file at the Arizona State Museum.
1993 Piman Settlement Survey in the Middle Santa Cruz River Valley, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Report submitted to Arizona State Parks
in fulfillment of survey and planning grant contract requirements. On file at the Arizona State Museum.
1993 In Search of the Sobaipuri Pima: Archaeology of the Plain and Subtle. Archaeology in Tucson. Newsletter of the Center for Desert
1994 Peripheral Considerations: Defining the Spatial and Physical Correlates of Storage Behavior in Hohokam Structures. Kiva
1997 Finding History in the Archaeological Record: The Upper Piman Settlement of Guevavi. Kiva 62(3):245-260.
2002 Conquest and Concealment: After the El Paso Phase on Fort Bliss. Conservation Division, Directorate of Environment, Fort Bliss. Lone
Mountain Report 525/528. This document can be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
2003 Protohistoric and Early Historic Temporal Resolution. Conservation Division, Directorate of Environment, Fort Bliss. Lone Mountain
Report 560-003. This document can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
2003 Sobaipuri-Pima Occupation in the Upper San Pedro Valley: San Pablo de Quiburi. New Mexico Historical Review 78(2):147-166.
2003 The Cerro Rojo Complex: A Unique Indigenous Assemblage in the El Paso Area and Its Implications For The Early Apache.
Proceedings of the XII Jornada Mogollon Conference in 2001. Geo-Marine, El Paso.
2004 A Ranchería in the Gran Apachería: Evidence of Intercultural Interaction at the Cerro Rojo Site. Plains Anthropologist 49(190):153-192.
2004 Before the Spanish Chronicles: Early Apache in the Southern Southwest, pp. 120 –142. In Ancient and Historic Lifeways in North
America’s Rocky Mountains. Proceedings of the 2003 Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Estes Park, Colorado, edited by Robert
H. Brunswig and William B. Butler. Department of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.
2007 Delicate Diplomacy on a Restless Frontier: Seventeenth-Century Sobaípuri Social and Economic Relations in Northwestern New
Spain, Part I. New Mexico Historical Review 82(4):469-499.
2007 A Syndetic Approach to Identification of the Historic Mission Site of San Cayetano del Tumacácori. International Journal of Historical
2007 An Archaeological Perspective on the Hohokam-Pima Continuum. Old Pueblo Archaeology Bulletin No. 51 (December 2007):1-7.
2007 Sexually Based War Crimes or Structured Conflict Strategies: An Archaeological Example from the American Southwest. In Texas
and Points West: Papers in Honor of John A. Hedrick and Carol P. Hedrick, edited by Regge N. Wiseman, Thomas C. O’Laughlin, and
Cordelia T. Snow, pp. 117-134. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 33. Archaeological Society of New Mexico,
2007 Apache, Spanish, and Protohistoric Archaeology on Fort Bliss. Conservation Division, Directorate of Environment, Fort Bliss. Lone
Mountain Report 560-005. With Tim Church
2008 Despoblado or Athapaskan Heartland: A Methodological Perspective on Ancestral Apache Landscape Use in the Safford Area. Chapter
5 in Crossroads of the Southwest: Culture, Ethnicity, and Migration in Arizona's Safford Basin, pp. 121-162, edited by David E. Purcell,
Cambridge Scholars Press, New York.
2008 A Pledge of Peace: Evidence of the Cochise-Howard Treaty Campsite. Historical Archaeology 42(4):154-179. (With George Robertson)
2008 Apache Plain and Other Plainwares on Apache Sites in the Southern Southwest. In "Serendipity: Papers in Honor of Frances Joan
Mathien," edited by R.N. Wiseman, T.C O'Laughlin, C.T. Snow and C. Travis, pp 163-186. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New
Mexico No. 34. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
2008 Surfing Behind The Wave: A Counterpoint Discussion Relating To “A Ranchería In the Gran Apachería.” Plains Anthropologist
2008 Delicate Diplomacy on a Restless Frontier: Seventeenth-Century Sobaípuri Social and Economic Relations in Northwestern New
Spain, Part II. New Mexico Historical Review 83(2):171–199.
2009 Father Kino’s 'Neat Little House and Church' at Guevavi. Journal of the Southwest 51(2):285-316.
2009 Evaluating Eyewitness Accounts of Native Peoples along the Coronado Trail from the International Border to Cibola. New Mexico
Historical Review 84(3):399-435.
2009 Distinctive Places, Suitable Spaces: Conceptualizing Mobile Group Occupational Duration and Landscape Use. International Journal of
Historical Archaeology 13(3):255-281.
2009 Nineteenth-Century Apache Wickiups: Historically Documented Models for Archaeological Signatures of the Dwellings of Mobile
People. Antiquity 83(319):157-164 [March].
2009 The Canutillo Complex: Evidence of Protohistoric Mobile Occupants in the Southern Southwest. Kiva 74(4):421-446.
2009 Introduction: International Perspectives on the Archaeological Grey Literature. Guest volume editor; The Grey Journal 5(2):64-66.
2009 Special Ethical and Scholarship Considerations for the Archaeological Grey Literature. The Grey Journal 5(2):89-96.
2009 Comments on Genetic Data Relating to Athapaskan Migrations: Implications of the Malhi et al. Study For The Apache and Navajo.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 139(3):281-283.
2009 Manso Tipis and Other Non Sequiturs Relating to the Protohistoric Southwest. Quince: Papers from the 15th Biennial Jornada
Mogollon Conference, pp. 107-119, edited by Marc Thompson. El Paso Museum of Archaeology, El Paso.
2009 The Cerro Rojo Site (LA 37188)--A Large Mountain-Top Ancestral Apache Site in Southern New Mexico. Digital History Project. New
Mexico Office of the State Historian.
2010 Beyond Married, Buried, And Baptized: Exposing Historical Discontinuities in an Engendered Sobaípuri-O’odham Household. Chapter
12 Engendering Households in the Prehistoric Southwest, edited by Barbara Roth, pp. 229-259. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
2010 Contextual Incongruities, Statistical Outliers, and Anomalies: Targeting Inconspicuous Occupational Events. American Antiquity
2010 Introduction: In The Trenches around The Ivory Tower: Black-and-White Issues about the Grey Literature. Volume editor.
2010 Sanctioned Inequity, Accessibility Issues, and Idea Mining in the Gray Literature. Archaeologies 6(2):233-269.
2010 Cycles of Renewal, Transportable Assets: Aspects of Ancestral Apache Housing. Plains Anthropologist 55(214):133–152.
2010 Archaeological Insights into the 1698 Victory of the Sobaípuri O'odham over the Enemies of the Sonoran Province. Old Pueblo
Archaeology Center Bulletin 64:1-11.
2011 Review of "Cosmopolitan Archaeologies," edited by Lynn Meskell. Bulletin for the Society for Archaeological Sciences 34(1):27-28.
2011 Review of "Prehistory, Personality, and Place: Emil W. Haury and the Mogollon Controversy," by Jefferson Reid and Stephanie
Whittlesey. The Journal of Arizona History. Journal of Arizona History 52(1):96-98.
2011 Mats, Multiple Stories, and Terraces: Earliest Documentary Accounts of Indigenous Sonorans. Chapter in The Latest Word from 1540,
edited by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint, pp. 154-193. University of New Mexico Press.
2011 Where the Earth and Sky are Sewn Together: Sobaípuri-O’odham Contexts of Contact and Colonialism. University of Utah Press, Salt
Southwest Books of the Year (2011)
Society for Historical Archaeology (2012)
Journal of Arizona History (2012)
2011 1762 On the San Pedro: Reevaluating Sobaípuri-O'odham Abandonment and New Apache Raiding Corridors. The Journal of Arizona
History 52(2):169-188 (summer).
2011 Review of "Creating Prehistory," by Adam Stout. Bulletin for the Society for Archaeological Sciences 34(4):28-30.
2011 Ancestral Apache Use of Otero Mesa. Ruidoso News, Alamogordo Daily News, and the Carlsbad Current-Argus, Wednesday, Nov. 23,
2011, Otero Mesa Conservation column.
2011 Dating the Sobaípuri: A Case Study in Chronology Building and Archaeological Interpretation. Old Pueblo Archaeology Bulletin
2012 Introduction to "From the Land of Ever Winter to the American Southwest: Athapaskan Migrations, Mobility, and Ethnogenesis."
Volume editor. pp. 1-19. University of Utah Press.
2012 From the Land of Ever Winter to the American Southwest: Athapaskan Migrations, Mobility, and Ethnogenesis. edited by Deni
J.Seymour. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
2012 "Big Trips" and Historic Apache Movement and Interaction: Models for Early Athapaskan Migrations. Chapter 17 in "From the Land of
Ever Winter to the American Southwest: Athapaskan Migrations, Mobility, and Ethnogenesis," edited by Deni J. Seymour, pp. 377-409.
University of Utah Press.
2012 Isolating a Pre-Differentiation Athapaskan Assemblage in the Southern Southwest: The Cerro Rojo Complex. Chapter 5 in "From the
Land of Ever Winter to the American Southwest: Athapaskan Migrations, Mobility, and Ethnogenesis," edited by Deni J. Seymour, pp.
90-123. University of Utah Press.
2012 SANTA CRUZ RIVER: The Origin of a Place Name. Journal of Arizona History 53(1):81-88.
2012 When Data Speak Back: Resolving Source Conflict in Apache Residential and Fire-Making Behavior. International Journal of
Historical Archaeology 16(4):828-849.
2012 Review of Archaeological Theory in Practice by Patricia Urban and Edward Schortman. Bulletin for the Society for Archaeological
2012 Pasaron Por Aqui (They Passed By Here): Cultural and Archaeological Treasures of the Proposed Otero Mesa National Monument,
Otero County, New Mexico. Prepared for The Wilderness Society and New Mexico Wilderness Alliance.
2012 Gateways for Athabascan Migration to the American Southwest. Plains Anthropologist 57(222):9-21.
2013 Horse Herd Size and the Role of Horses among the Mescalero Apache: A Response to Osborn. In From the Pueblos to the Southern
Plains: Papers in Honor of Regge Wiseman, edited by Emily J. Brown, Carol J. Condie, and Helen K. Crotty, pp. 129-139. Papers of the
Archaeological Society of New Mexico 39, Albuquerque.
2013 Review of Revolt: An Archaeological History of Pueblo Resistance and Revitalization in 17th Century New Mexico by Matthew
Liebmann. Journal of Arizona History 54(2):223-224.
2013 Geronimo's Wickiup: Methodological Considerations Regarding Mobile Group Hut Signatures. International Journal of Historical
2013 Platform Cave-Cache Encampments: Implications for Mobility Strategies and the Earliest Athabascans. Journal of Field Archaeology
2013 Coronado Expedition Contributions on Early Historic Cocomaricopa [Kavelychidom Piipaash] Agricultural Practices. Journal of
2013 Native American as Historic Peoples. New Mexico Archeological Council Newsletter (November issue).
2013 The Sobaipuri-O'odham Presence at Guevavi Mission. Arizona Archaeological Council Newsletter 37(4).
2014 Evaluating Di Peso's 1767 Jesuit Mission at Santa Cruz de Terrenate Presidio. Journal of the Southwest.
2014 San Pablo de Quiburi: The Sobaipuri-O'odham Ranchería of Kino's Conception. New Mexico Historical Review.
2014 (with Michael B. Schiffer) Emerging From Theoretical Anarchy In Anthropological Archaeology. Oxford Handbook of Archaeological
2014 Mobile Group Visitation at the Salinas Pueblos: An Archaeological Example from Tabirá. Plains Anthropologist (February issue, No.
2014 A Fateful Day in 1698: The Remarkable Sobaípuri O’odham Victory over the Apaches and Their Allies. University of Utah Press. (Book)
2014 The Waning Days of Quiburi: Sobaipuri-O'odham Occupation on the San Pedro River in 1780. New Mexico Historical Review.
2014 Pliant Communities: Seasonal Mobile Group Visitation at the Eastern Frontier Pueblos. In Communities and Households in the Greater
2014 Behavioral Assessment of a Pompeii-Like Event and It's Battlefield Signature. Chapter 2 in Explorations in Behavioral Archaeology
(Schiffer Festschrift volume), edited by William H. Walker and James M. Skibo. University of Utah Press.
Three Sisters Site: An Ancestral Chokonen Apache Encampment in the Dragoon Mountains. Book Chapter in: "Fierce, Barbarous, and
Untamed": The Protohistoric Non-Pueblo World.
Conceptualizing Mobility In The Pueblo Area: Evidence In Images. Book Chapter in: "Fierce, Barbarous, and Untamed": The Protohistoric
An Indigenous Perspective on the Purported Jumano Extinction. Chapter in "Fierce, Barbarous, and Untamed": The Protohistoric
Non-Pueblo World, edited by Deni J. Seymour. By Israel Mendoza de Levario and Deni J. Seymour.
"Fierce, Barbarous, and Untamed": Ending Archaeological Silence on Southwestern Mobile Peoples. Book Chapter in: Fierce, Barbarous,
and Untamed: The Protohistoric Non-Pueblo World.
"Fierce, Barbarous, and Untamed": The Protohistoric Non-Pueblo World (Book) Under review.
Perceiving the Protohistoric: When Weak Signatures Represent the Strongest Cases. Book Chapter.
Pliant Communities: Seasonal Mobile Group Visitation at the Eastern Frontier Pueblos. Book Chapter.
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