|Present||Professor Emeritus, Portland State University ‐ Anthropology|
- ANTH 364 Archaeology of the Pacific Northwest
- ANTH 366 Mesoamerican Prehistory
- ANTH 367 East Asian Prehistory
- ANTH 414 Culture and Ecology
- ANTH 453 Archaeological Field Methods
- ANTH 456 Issues in Cultural Resource Management
- ANTH 461 Advanced Topics in Archaeology
- ANTH 464 Topics in Northwest Prehistory
- ANTH 457 Hunter-Gatherers
- ANTH 550 Core Seminar in Archaeology
Kenneth M. Ames
Portland State University
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207
Sedentism: a Temporal Shift or a Transitional Change in Hunter-Gatherer ...
Between Bands and States. Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional Paper No. 9 (1991)
Archaeologists widely perceive sedentism as a necessary precondition for social elaboration and complexity among hunter-gatherers. The origins and causes of ...
Book Reviews (1)
Archaeological Investigations at 45CL1 Cathlapotle (1991-1996) , Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge ...
Wapato Valley Archaeology Project report, #7.; Cultural resource series (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 1), no. 13. (1999)
Archaeological investigations at site 45CL1, Clark County, Washington, demonstrate that the locality is a very large (c 1.5ha), deeply stratified ...
Book Chapters (1)
Contribution to Book
On the Evolution of the Human Capacity for Inequality and ...
Pathways to Power: New Perspectives on the Emergence of Social Inequality (2010)
Many theories of the evolution of human social inequality are based on the necessity of overcoming the inertia of egalitarianism, ...