Thomas E. Sheridan

Thomas E. Sheridan holds a joint appointment at the University of Arizona as a research anthropologist at the Southwest Center and a professor in the School of Anthropology.
Arizona Arizona
Arizona

Arizona

A History, Revised Edition

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Contested Ground Contested Ground
Contested Ground

Contested Ground

Comparative Frontiers on the Northern and Southern Edges of the Spanish Empire

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Empire of Sand Empire of Sand
Empire of Sand

Empire of Sand

The Seri Indians and the Struggle for Spanish Sonora, 1645–1803

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Landscapes of Fraud Landscapes of Fraud
Landscapes of Fraud

Landscapes of Fraud

Mission Tumacácori, the Baca Float, and the Betrayal of the O’odham

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Last Water on the Devil's Highway Last Water on the Devil's Highway
Last Water on the Devil's Highway

Last Water on the Devil's Highway

A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas

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Los Tucsonenses Los Tucsonenses
Los Tucsonenses

Los Tucsonenses

The Mexican Community in Tucson, 1854–1941

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Moquis and Kastiilam Moquis and Kastiilam
Moquis and Kastiilam

Moquis and Kastiilam

Hopis, Spaniards, and the Trauma of History, Volume I, 1540–1679

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Paths of Life Paths of Life
Paths of Life

Paths of Life

American Indians of the Southwest and Northern Mexico

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Where the Dove Calls Where the Dove Calls
Where the Dove Calls

Where the Dove Calls

The Political Ecology of a Peasant Corporate Community in Northwestern Mexico

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