Online KIVA Access is available for members of the appropriate level.
Kiva is the leading refereed serial publication in the archaeology, anthropology, and history of the American Southwest and northern Mexico. Published quarterly the journal contains articles on southwestern archaeology, anthropology and history. 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. In honor of our 75th anniversary we compiled collections of the most significant articles on Pueblo (74), Hohokam (75), and Mogollon (76) archaeology, with thematic essays by experts in each area. Theme issues that we have published since then are identified below. Most issues contain independently submitted articles communicating original research.
AAHS collaborates with Taylor & Francis to publish Kiva. To receive Kiva as a benefit of membership in AAHS individuals should go to the membership page. Electronic access to all Kiva volumes is another benefit of Kiva-level membership. Institutions should contact Taylor & Francis directly. All individuals or institutions interested in ordering back issues of Kiva should contact Sarah Herr, AAHS Publications Chair.
For additional information contact:
Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society
Arizona State Museum
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0026
Middle San Juan, 77(2). Guest edited by Paul F. Reed.
Recent Research in the Eastern Mesa Verde Region, 78(4). Guest edited by Benjamin A. Bellorado.
Hopi Yellow Ware, 79(2). Guest edited by E. Charles Adams.
100th Anniversary Issue, 81(1). Guest edited by Paul Minnis.
Mimbres Pithouse Period Architecture and Ritual, 81(3-4). Guest edited by Darrell Creel
Gallina Research in the 21st Century, 83(4). Guest edited by Lewis Borck
New Directions in Southwestern Zooarchaeology, 84(1). Guest edited by Emily Lena Jones, Jonathan Dombrosky, and Caitlin S. Ainsworth
Bioarchaeological Approaches to Southwestern Violence, 84(4). Guest edited by Anna J. Osterholz.
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Historical Mission Contexts, Ritual Performance, and Symbolism, 85(2). Guest edited by Deni J. Seymour.
New Perspectives on the American Southwest: Historical Archaeology of the 1800s and 1900s, 86(2). Guest edited by Emily Dale.
Naasgo: Moving Forward — Diné Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century, 87(3). Guest edited by Wade Campbell.
Tijeras Pueblo at the Crossroads: Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, and Public Education, 88(2). Guest edited by Sandra Arazi-Coambs and Judith A Habicht-Mauche.
Glyphs is the monthly newsletter of the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society. The society’s newsletter announces talks, field trips, classes, and relevant news. AAHS members receive Glyphs as a part of their membership benefits. The general public is welcome to download back issues of Glyphs as they are made available. Members may choose to receive the current issue of the newsletter electronically or by US mail.
- Glyphs Volume 74 (2023-2024)
- Glyphs Volume 73 (2022-2023)
- Glyphs Volume 72 (2021-2022)
- Glyphs Volume 70 (2019-2020)
- Glyphs Volume 67 (2016-2017)
- Glyphs Volume 66 (2015-2016)
- Glyphs Volume 65 (2014-2015)
- Glyphs Volume 64 (2013-2014)
- Glyphs Volume 62 (2011-2012)
- Glyphs Volume 61 (2010-2011)
- Glyphs Volume 59 (2008-2009)
- Glyphs Volume 58 (2007-2008)
a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources
JSTOR is offering AAHS members the opportunity to subscribe to JSTOR at a 50% discount through their JPASS ($99/year rather than $199/year). The yearly JPASS includes unlimited reading access to the archival journals in JSTOR and up to 120 downloads.
Taylor & Francis Publishing Partnership
AAHS members are entitled to a 30% books discount on any full priced CRC Press or Routledge book.
Please click the button below where you will be taken to your sign in and then to a page with the discount code and a link to the Routledge website.