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in press. Peeples, Matthew A., Connected Communities: Social Networks, Identity, and Social Change in the Ancient Cibola World. University of Arizona Press, Tucson (expected January 2018).
Journal Articles (*peer reviewed):
*2016 Spielmann, Katherine A., Matthew A. Peeples, Donna M. Glowacki, and Andrew Dugmore. Early Warning Signals of Social Transformation: A Case Study from the US Southwest. PLoS ONE 11(10):e0163685.
*2016 Mills, Barbara J., Jeffery J. Clark, and Matthew A. Peeples. Migration, Skill, and the Transformation of Social Networks in the Prehispanic Southwest. Economic Antrhopology 3:203-215.
*2016 Hegmon, Michelle, Jacob Freeman, Keith W. Kintigh, Margaret C. Nelson, Sarah Oas, Matthew A. Peeples, and Andrea Torvinen. Marking and Making Difference: Representational Diversity in the U.S. Southwest. American Antiquity 81(2):253-272.
*2015 Freeman, Jacob, Matthew A. Peeples, and John M. Anderies. Toward a Theory of Non-linear
*2015 Hill, J. Brett, Matthew A. Peeples, Deborah H. Huntley, H. Jane Carmack. Spatializing Social Network Analysis in the Precontact U.S. Southwest. Advances in Archaeological Practice 3(1):63-77
*2015 Borck, Lewis, Barbara J. Mills, Matthew A. Peeples, and Jeffery J. Clark. Are Social Networks Survival Networks? An Example from the Late Prehispanic Southwest. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22(1):33-57
*2015 Mills, Barbara J., Matthew A. Peeples, William R. Haas, Jr., Lewis Borck, Jeffery J. Clark, and John M. Roberts, Jr. Multiscalar Perspectives on Social Networks in the Late Prehispanic Southwest. American Antiquity 80(1):3-24
*2014 Ownby, Mary F., Deborah L. Huntley, and Matthew A. Peeples. A Combined Approach: Using NAA and Petrography to Examine Ceramic Production and Exchange in the American Southwest. Journal of Archaeological Science 52:152-162
*2013 Laurenzi, Andrew, Matthew A. Peeples, and William H. Doelle. Cultural Resources Priority Area Planning in Sub-Mogollon Arizona and New Mexico. Advances in Archaeological Practice 1(2):61-76
*2013 Peeples, Matthew A. and W. Randall Haas, Jr. Brokerage and Social Capital in the Prehispanic U.S. Southwest. American Anthropologist 115(2):232-246
*2013 Mills, Barbara J., Jeffery J. Clark, Matthew A. Peeples, W. R. Haas, Jr., John M. Roberts, Jr., J. Brett Hill, Deborah L. Huntley, Lewis Borck, Ronald L. Breiger, Aaron Clauset, M. Steven Shackley. The Transformation of Social Networks in the Late Pre-Hispanic U.S. Southwest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(15)5785-5790
*2011 Nelson, Margaret C., Stephanie Kulow, Matthew A. Peeples, Michelle Hegmon, and Ann Kinzig. Resisting Diversity in Small Scale Societies: A Long-term Archaeological Study. Ecology and Society 16(1):article 25
*2011 Spielmann, Katherine A., Margaret C. Nelson, Scott E. Ingram, and Matthew A. Peeples. Sustainable Small-Scale Agriculture in Semi-Arid Environments. Ecology and Society 16(1):article 26
*2008 Hegmon, Michelle, Matthew A. Peeples, Ann Kinzig, Stephanie Kulow, Cathryn M. Meegan,
*2008 Peeples, Matthew A. Creating Political Authority: The Role of the Antebellum Black Press in the Political Mobilization and Empowerment of African Americans. Journalism History 34(2):76-86
*2006 Peeples, Matthew A., C. Michael Barton and Steven Schmich. Resilience Lost: Intersecting Landuse and Landscape Dynamics in the Prehistoric Southwestern U.S. Ecology and Society 11(2):article 22
*2003 Peeples, Matthew A. An Analysis of Projectile Points from the Chytka Site (41JK66), Jackson County, Texas. La Tierra: Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association 30(1):37-63
2003 Peeples, Matthew A. Mano a Mano: Grinding Implements from Colha, Belize. Mono y Conejo: Journal of the Mesoamerican Archaeological Research Laboratory 1(1):31-35
*Under reveiew Mills, Barbara J. and Matthew A. Peeples. Reframing Diffusion through Social Network Theory. In Interaction and Connectivity in the Greater Southwest, edited by Karen G. Harry and Barbara Roth. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.
*2016 Hegmon, Michelle, Jerry B. Howard, Michael O'Hara, and Matthew A. Peeples. Path Dependence and the Long-term Trajectory of Prehistoric Hohokam Irrigation in Arizona. In The Archaeology of Entanglement: Entwinements and Entrapments of the Past, edited by Lindsay Der and Francesca Fernandini, pp. 173-190. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.
*2015 Torvinen, Andrea L., Michelle Hegmon, Ann P. Kinzig, Margaret C. Nelson, Matthew A. Peeples, Karen G. Schollmeyer, Colleen Strawhacker, Laura Swantek. Transformation Without Collapse: Two Cases for the American Southwest. In Beyond Collapse: Archaeological Perspectives on Resilience, Revitalization, and Reorganization in Complex Societies. Proceedings of the 29th Annual SIU Visiting Scholars Conference, edited by Ronald Faulseit, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
*2014 Hegmon, Michelle, Jette Arneborg, Andrew J. Dugmore, George Hambrecht, Scott Ingram, Keith Kintigh, Thomas H. McGovern, Margaret C. Nelson, Matthew A. Peeples, Ian Simpson, Katherine Spielmann, Richard Streeter, and Orri Vésteinsson. The Human Experience of Social Change and Continuity: The Southwest and the North Atlantic in 'Interesting Times' ca. A.D. 1300. In Climates of Change: The Shifting Environments of Archaeology. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Chacmool Conference,edited by S. Lacey, C. Tremain, and M. Sawyer. pp. 53-67. University of Calgary.
*2014 Peeples, Matthew A. Population History of the Zuni Region across the Protohistoric Transition: Migration, Gene Flow, and Social Transformation. In Building Transnational Archaeologies, edited by Elisa Villalpando and Randall H. McGuire. pp. 93-109. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 209, Arizona State Museum and the University of Arizona.
2013 Nelson, Margaret C., Michelle Hegmon, Keith W. Kintigh, Ann P. Kinzig, Ben A. Nelson, John Marty Anderies, David A. Abbott, Katherine A. Spielmann, Scott E. Ingram, Matthew A. Peeples, Colleen A. Strawhacker, and Cathryn Meegan. "長期的脆弱性與恢復力: 美國西南部與墨西哥北部考古學研究的實例" In 考古學與永續發展研究. Edited by 邱斯嘉 and 臧振華, pp. 93-117. 台北: 中央研究院人文社會科學研究中心考古學研究專題中心. (Research Center for the Humanities and Social Science, Center for Archaeological Research: Taipei).
*2013 Mills, Barbara J., John M. Roberts Jr., Jeffery J. Clark, William R. Haas Jr., Deborah Huntley, Matthew A. Peeples, Lewis Borck, Susan C. Ryan, Meaghan Trowbridge, and Ronald L. Breiger. The Dynamics of Social Networks in the Late Prehistoric U.S. Southwest. In Network Analysis in Archaeology, edited by Carl Knappett, pp. 185-206. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
*2012 Schachner, Gregson, Dennis Gilpin, and Matthew A. Peeples. Alternative Trajectories during the Early Pueblo Period in the Little Colorado Drainage and Beyond. In Crucible of Pueblos: The Early Pueblo Period in the Northern Southwest, edited by Richard H. Wilshusen, Gregson Schachner, and James R. Allison, pp. 101-126. Monograph 71, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, Los Angeles.
*2012 Peeples, Matthew A., Gregson Schachner, and Edgar K. Huber. Rethinking Communities Across the Greater Zuni Region. In Southwestern Pithouse Communities: A.D. 200-900, edited by Sarah H. Herr and Lisa Young, pp. 168-182. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
*2012 Nelson, Margaret C., Michelle Hegmon, Keith W. Kintigh, Ann P. Kinzig, Ben A. Nelson, John Marty Anderies, David A. Abbott, Katherine A. Spielmann, Scott E. Ingram, Matthew A. Peeples, Colleen A. Strawhacker, and Cathryn Meegan. Long-Term Vulnerability and Resilience: Three Examples from Archaeological Study in the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. In Surviving Sudden Environmental Change: Answers from Archaeology, edited by Jago Cooper and Payson Sheets, pp. 197-221. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
*2011 Spielmann, Katherine A., Margaret C. Nelson, Scott E. Ingram, and Matthew A. Peeples. Mitigating Environmental Risk in the U.S. Southwest. In Sustainable Lifeways: Cultural Persistence in an Ever-Changing Environment,edited by Naomi F. Miller, Katherine M. Moore, and Kathleen Ryan, pp. 180-211. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia.
2013 -- Peepels, Matthew A. (editor). Social Networks in the Distant Past. Archaeology Southwest Magazine 27(2).
Special issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine focsued on the Southwest Social Networks Project. Edited by Matthew A. Peeples with co-authors Barbara J. Mills, Jeffery J. Clark, Matthew A. Peeples, W. R. Haas, Jr., John M. Roberts, Jr., J. Brett Hill, Deborah L. Huntley, Lewis Borck, Ronald L. Breiger, Aaron Clauset, and M. Steven Shackley
Additional online supplementary materials available here
|Selected Posters & Presentations|
2015 -- Laurenzi, Andy, Matthew A. Peeples, and William H. Doelle. The Salado Preservation Initiative: Combining Research and Preservation Planning. Poster presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California.
2012 -- Peeples, Matthew and Gregson Schachner. Scrutnizing a Common Tool in the Archaeologist's Toolbox: The Effects of Sampling and Regional Variation in Ceramic Seriation on the Interpretation of Population Movement and Demography. Poster presented at the 2012 Southwest Symposium, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
2011 -- Trask, Garrett and Matthew Peeples. Ceramic Design and Changing Scales of Social Interaction across the Cibola Region. Poster presented at the 76th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Sacramento, California.
2010 -- Peeples, Matthew A. Ceramic Technology and Social Distance across the Cibola World: A.D. 1150-1325. Poster presented at the 75th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. St. Louis, Missouri.
2008 -- Peeples, Matthew A. and Gregson T. Schachner. Long-term Patterns of Settlement along the Zuni River Drainage. Poster presented at the 2008 Southwest Symposium. Tempe, Arizona.
2006 -- Peeples, Matthew A., Robert Cox, and Tanjot Bhatia. The Prehistoric Agricultural Landuse Model (PALM): Exploring the links between decision making and change in complex socio-ecological systems. Computer Simulation presented at the Archaeological Sciences of the Americas Symposium, Tucson, Arizona.
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