KIVA

KIVA is the leading refereed serial publication in the archaeology, anthropology, and history of the American Southwest and northern Mexico. Past issues have been devoted to such topics as: the pottery village of Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua; Anasazi origins; and the Archaic-Formative transition in the Tucson Basin. It is the official journal of the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society (AAHS), the AAHS was founded in 1916 and it is a nonprofit, educational organization affiliated with the Arizona State Museum. It provides a forum for professionals in archaeology and related fields as well as the general public to share their common interests and enthusiasm for the Southwest’s rich cultural history.

Publisher: 
Maney Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0023-1940
ISSN (online): 
2051-6177

Latest articles

Volume 80 (2)

Early and Middle Archaic Foragers in the Sonoran Desert: Investigations at the Ruelas Ridge Site
Barbara J. Roth, vol. 80 (2): 115-136
The Scars that Never Heal: Identifying Projectile Point Manufacturing Techniques from Flake Scars: A Case from Cedar Mesa, Utah
Jesse Morin, vol. 80 (2): 137-167
The Selene Obsidian Source (Formerly Sonora Unknown B) of the Upper Río Bavispe Basin, Sonora, Mexico
Karl W. Kibler, vol. 80 (2): 168-192
Hunter-gatherer Igneous Toolstone Procurement in Northern Arizona: A Geochemical Study of Projectile Points and Raw Material Sources
Theodore M. Roberts, vol. 80 (2): 193-212
McPherson Takes a Serious Look at the Oral Traditions of the Southwestern United States
Malcolm Benally, vol. 80 (2): 213-219

Volume 80 (1)

Surface Survey of Woodrow Ruin, Grant County, New Mexico
Jakob W. Sedig, vol. 80 (1): 1-27
Using Least Cost Pathways to Understand the Processes of Migration from the Mesa Verde Region during the Pueblo III Period
Kristin N. Safi, vol. 80 (1): 28-44
Subjective Color in Mimbres Black-on-White Pottery
Stephanie M. Whittlesey, vol. 80 (1): 45-70
The Las Playas Project
Richard J. Martynec, vol. 80 (1): 71-105
Book Reviews
Beverly R. Singer, vol. 80 (1): 106-112

Volume 79 (4)

ERRATUM
vol. 79 (4): 0-0
BOOK REVIEWS
vol. 79 (4): 79-79
THE CHACOAN COURT KIVA
Thomas C. Windes, vol. 79 (4): 337-379
THE HARLAN GREAT KIVA SITE: CIVIC ARCHITECTURE AND COMMUNITY PERSISTENCE IN THE GOODMAN POINT AREA OF SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO
Grant Coffey, vol. 79 (4): 380-404
“CEREMONIAL ROOMS” AT POTTERY MOUND, NEW MEXICO
Jean H. Ballagh, vol. 79 (4): 405-427
PATTERNS OF CERAMIC EXCHANGE DURING THE CLASSIC AND HISTORIC PERIODS IN THE JEMEZ AREA: EVIDENCE FROM EARLY EXCAVATIONS AT AMOXIUMQUA AND GIUSEWA
Risa Diemond Arbolino, vol. 79 (4): 428-458