AAHS Spearheads Revisit to Desperation Ranch

A rare combination of circumstances has given AAHS the opportunity to do a strategic re-excavation of the Cave Creek Midden site near Portal, Arizona. The site was briefly investigated by the Gila Pueblo Archaeological Foundation in 1936, and despite the limited information collected at that time has become the type site defining a long interval [...]

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Kiva Editor Sought

Editor for Kiva, Volumes 81-83

The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society seeks an editor for Kiva: The Journal of Southwestern Anthropology and History. Kiva is the premier Southwest journal and has published peer-reviewed articles about archaeology, anthropology, history, and linguistics since 1935. The journal has a circulation of approximately 650 individual and institutional members. The editor is an independent contractor who accepts and solicits manuscripts for publication in four issues per year, maintains the journal’s established high standards of professional quality, and works in coordination with a book reviews editor and Maney Publishing’s editorial, production, and marketing team. Maney Publishing will train the editor for online article submission, tracking, and publishing. The editor has a working relationship with the Society’s Publications Committee and Board of Directors through a contract covering three volume years with an option for renewal. Compensation is $1,750 per issue ($7,000 per year). Click here for full position announcement.




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Saturday, September 27, 2014
ASM Library Benefit Book Sale
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the ASM lobby
This very popular USED book sale is hosted by the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society. Books start at $2, journals as low as 50¢, huge selections in anthropology with emphasis on U.S. Southwest and northern Mexico; non-academic materials, too! [...]

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