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A readable book for the general reader and for the expert. The Aztec Kings is a study of the nature of rulership, and as such it is a major contribution to the cross-cultural literature of st analysis of historical traditions. Prudence M. Rice, American Anthropologist.
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Susan D. Gillespie (born 1952) is an American academic anthropologist and archaeologist, noted for her .
As of 2009 Gillespie holds a position as professor in the Department of Anthropology at University of Florida, Gainesville, USA, having also been associate chair of the department from 2003 until 2009.
Susan Gillespie focuses on the dynastic history of the Mexica of Tenochtitlan, whose stories reveal how the Aztecs used "history" to construct, elaborate, and reify ideas about the nature of rulership and the cyclical nature of the cosmos, and how they projected the Spanish conquest deep.
The Aztec Kings: The Construction of Rulership in Mexican History.
The Aztec Kings: The Construction of Rulership in Mexica History. Blaming Moteuczoma: The of the Aztec Conquest. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 1989 Winner of the 1990 Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin Prize awarded by the American Society for Ethnohistory. Niwot: University Press of Colorado.
by Susan D. History in practice: ritual deposition at La Venta Complex A. SD Gillespie. Memory work: archaeologies of material practices, 109-36, 2008. Olmec thrones as ancestral altars: The two sides of power. University of Arizona Press, 1989. Rethinking ancient Maya social organization: replacing" lineage" with" house". American anthropologist 102 (3), 467-484, 2000. Eventful archaeology: the place of space in structural transformation. Material symbols: culture and economy in prehistory, 224-253, 1999.