Publications

image007Selected Publications

A Massive Terrace Village in Chihuahua, Mexico 3,000 years before present

Mano Size, Stable Isotope Ratios, and Macrobotanical Remains as Multiple Lines of Evidence of Maize Dependence in the American Southwest

Peer Reviewed Journals

Exploring the Use of Stable Carbon Isotope Ratios in Short-lived Leporids for Local Paleoecological Reconstruction. Steve Smith, Raymond Mauldin, Cynthia M. Munoz, Robert J. Hard, Debajyoti Paul, Grzegorz Skrzypek, Patricio Villanueva, Leonard Kemp., Open Journal of Archaeometry 2:5306:1:81-87, 2014.

Carbon and Nitrogen Stable Isotope Analysis of Hunter-gatherers from the Coleman Site, a Late Prehistoric Cemetery in Central Texas. Raymond P. Mauldin , Robert J. Hard, Cynthia M. Munoz, Jennifer L. Rice, Kirsten Verostick, Daniel R. Potter, Nathanael Dollar. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol 40:1369-1381, 2013.

Stable Isotope Study of Hunter-Gatherer-Fisher Diet, Mobility, and Intensification on the the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain. Robert J. Hard and M. Anne Katzenberg. American Antiquity. Vol 76:709-751, 2011.

The Difffusion of Maize to the Southwestern United States and Its Impact. William Merrill, Robert J. Hard, Jonathan B. Mabry, Karen R. Adams, Gayle J. Fritz, John R. Roney, A. C. MacWilliams. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (50):21019-21026 2009.

Exploring Texas Archaeology with a Model of Intensification. A. L. Johnson and R. J. Hard, Plains Anthropologist 53 (205):137-153, 2008

A Possible Plainview Component in Central Chihuahua, Mexico. A. C. MacWilliams, Karen R. Adams, Robert J. Hard, and John R. Roney. Current Research in the Pleistocene. Vol. 23: 60-62, 2006.

Terrace Construction in Northern Chihuahua, Mexico at 1150 B.C. and the Present. R. Hard, J. Zapata, B. Moses and J. Roney. Journal of Field Archaeology. Vol. 26:129-146, 1999.

Assessing Native American Mobility versus Permanency at Mission San Juan de Capistrano through the Use of Stable Isotope Analysis. D. Cargill and R. Hard. Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society. Vol 70:197-213, 1999.

Late Paleoindian and Archaic Archaeological and Geoarchaeological Research along Leon Creek, San Antonio, Texas. C. Tennis, C. Bousman, L. Nordt and R Hard. Current Research in the Pleistocene. Vol 16:78, 1999.

Books and Chapters in Edited Volumes

Rainfed Farming and Settlement Aggregation: Reflections from Chihuahua, Mexico. Robert J. Hard, William L. Merrill, A. C. MacWilliams, John R. Roney, Jacob C. Freeman, and Karen R. Adams. In Traditional Arid Lands Agriculture: Understanding the Past for the Future,edited by Scott E Ingram and Robert C. Hunt. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, pp. 237-272, 2015.

Preliminary Results of Stable Carbon Isotopes of Modern and Prehistoric Leporid Bone Collagen from the Jornada Mogollon Region. Leonard Kemp, Cynthia Munoz, Raymond Mauldin, and Robert Hard. In Advances in Jornada Mogollon Archaeology: Proceedings from the 17th Jornada Mogollon Conference, edited by Todd L. VanPool, Elizabeth M. McCarthy, and Christine S. VanPool. pp. 197-210. El Paso Museum of Archaeology, El Paso, Texas, 2013.

Stable Isotope Isotope and DNA Analyses. In Archaeology and Bioarchaeology of the Buckeye Knoll Site (41VT98), Victoria County, Texas, Robert J. Hard and Noreen Tuross, edited by Robert A. Ricklis, Richard A. Weinstein, and Douglas C. Wells. Coastal Environments, Inc., pp. 363-376, 2012.

Way Down South: A Review of Evidence Pertaining to Early Agriculture in Mexico and Beyond. John R. Roney and Robert J. Hard. In The Latest Research on the Earliest Farmers, edited by Sarah Herr. Online publication, Center for Desert Archaeology, www.archaeologysouthwest.org/what-we-do/investigations/earliest-farmers, 2011

The Setting of Early Agriculture in Southern Chihuahua, Mexico. A.C. MacWilliams, Robert J. Hard, John R. Roney, Karen R. Adams, and William L. Merrill. In Archaeology Without Borders:Contact, Commerce and Change in the U.S.Southwest and Northwestern Mexico, edited by Laurie D. Webster and Maxine E. McBrinn with Eduardo Gamboa Carrera, pp 35-54. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, 2008.

The Emergence of Maize Farming in Northwestern Mexico. Robert J. Hard, Karen R. Adams, John R. Roney, Kari M. Schmidt and Gayle J. Fritz. In Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology, second edition, edited by Elizabeth J. Reitz, C. Margaret Scarry and Sylvia J. Scudder, pp. 315-333. Springer, New York, 2008.

Cerros de Trincheras in Northwestern Chihuahua: The Arguments for Defense. Robert J. Hard and John R. Roney.. In Trincheras Sites in Time, Space and Society, edited by Suzanne K. Fish, Paul R. Fish, and M. Elisa Villalpando, pp 11-52. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 2007.

Cerros de Trincheras y la Cultivación de Maíz en el Noroeste de Chihuahua. R. Hard and J. Roney. In Las Vías del Noroeste 1: Una Macrorregión Indígena Americana, edited by Carlo Bonfiglioli, Arturo Gutiérrez y María Eugenia Olavarría, pp. 113-132. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México – Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, México, DF, 2006.

Early Agriculture in Chihuahua, Mexico. Robert J. Hard, A. C. MacWilliams, John R. Roney, Karen R. Adams, and William L. Merrill. In Histories of Maize: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Prehistory, Biogeography, Domestication, and Evolution of Maize. Edited by John E. Staller, Robert H. Tykot, and Bruce F. Benz, pp 471-485. Academic Press, 2006.

The Transition to Farming on the Rio Casas Grandes and in the Southern Jornada Mogollon Region in the North American Southwest R. Hard and J. Roney. In Current Research on the Late Archaic Across the Borderlands: From Foraging to Farming, edited by B. Vierra, pp. 141-186. University of Texas Press, Austin, 2005.

Reports and Informes  

Investigaciones de los Sitios Tempranos de Cultivo de Maíz en Chihuahua, México, 2006. A. C. MacWilliams, John R. Roney, Robert J. Hard, Karen R. Adams, Natalia Martínez Tagüeña, William L. Merrill. Informe al Consejo de Arqueología, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. Mexico-North Research Network, Washington, D.C. 2009

Investigaciones de los Sitios de Cultivo de Maíz Temprano en Chihuahua: Informe de la Temporada de 2003. A. C. MacWilliams, R. J. Hard, John R. Roney, Karen R. Adams, William L. Merrill. Con la colaboración de Kari M. Schmidt. Informe Técnico al Consejo de Arqueología, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. Mexico-North Research Network, Washington, D.C. 2006

Una Investigación Arqueológica de los Sitios Cerros con Trincheras del Arcáico Tardio en Chihuahua, México: Las Investigaciones de Campo de 2000. R. Hard, J. Zapata, and J. Roney. Special Report 27-S, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 2001 (Spanish edition)

Una Investigación Arqueológica de los Sitios Cerros con Trincheras del Arcáico Tardio en Chihuahua, México: Las Investigaciones de Campo de 1999. R. Hard and J. Roney. Special Report 26, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 2000 (Spanish edition).

An Archaeological Investigation of Late Archaic Cerros de Trincheras Sites in Chihuahua, Mexico: Results of the 1998 Investigations . R. Hard and J. Roney. Special Report No. 25, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1999 (English edition).

Una Investigación Arqueológica de los Sitios Cerros con Trincheras del Arcáico Tardío en Chihuahua, México: Las Investigaciones de Campo de 1997. R. Hard and J. Roney. Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, 1998 (Spanish edition)

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