The Hodges Ruin: A Hohokam Community in the Tucson Basin

by Isabel Kelly, James E. Officer and Emil W. Haury
Anthropological Papers
University of Arizona Press, 1977
Paper: 978-0-8165-0619-4, eISBN: 978-0-8165-5199-6


ABOUT THIS BOOK

The Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona is a peer-reviewed monograph series sponsored by the School of Anthropology. Established in 1959, the series publishes archaeological and ethnographic papers that use contemporary method and theory to investigate problems of anthropological importance in the southwestern United States, Mexico, and related areas.


AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
Isabel T. Kelly has headed field expeditions in the southwestern United States, Mexico, Bolivia, and Pakistan during her nearly fifty-year career in archaeology and anthropology. After receiving a doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley in 1932, she began ethnographic research among the Southern Paiute and Coast Miwok Indians of California. Other fieldwork during the 1930s included the Hodges Ruin excavation in Tucson, and applied anthropology projects in West Mexico. In 1940, Dr. Kelly moved to Mexico, where she has been involved in independent research since 1960.


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