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    Archaeology Museum Continues to Make Contributions to Publications

    The El Paso Museum of Archaeology staff has produced, edited, and/or contributed to several different publications over the past two years. These publications reflect the Museum's ongoing mission to conduct research and public education, focusing on the prehistory and culture of the El Paso area and the Southwest.

    Publications

    • Digging Into Archaeology: Teachers' Guide to Archaeology, by Lora Jackson, 2004
    • Mimbres Twins Story Calendar, by Marc Thompson, Lora Jackson, and Jason Jurgena, 2004 and 2005
    • Archaeology Between the Borders: 13th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference Papers, Marc Thompson, Lora Jackson, and Jason Jurgena, editors, 2005
    • Mostly Mimbres: 2002 Mogollon Conference Papers, Marc Thompson, Lora Jackson, and Jason Jurgena, editors, 2006
    • Prehistoric Indians of the El Paso Area, by Lora Jackson, 2005
    • "Precolumbian Venus: Celestial Twin and Icon of Duality," by Marc Thompson, in Religion in the Prehispanic Southwest, Todd VanPool, Christine Vanpool, and David Phillips, editors, AltaMira Press, 2006
    • Photographs of artifacts from Museum's collections in Carroll L. Riley's Becoming Aztlan , Salt lake City: University of Utah Press, 2005
    • Photographs of artifacts from the Museum's collections in "Gender in Middle Range Societies: A Case Study in Casas Grandes Iconography," by Christine S. VanPool and Todd L. VanPool, in American Antiquity, Vol. 71 No. 1, pp.53-76, 2006.

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