March 6 - Puebloan case study Hopi Date ff portrait Circa 1880 Since 1540 Adaptation and cultural persistence See pp 233-4 But continuum of

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Puebloan case study: Hopi Date ff portrait: Circa 1880 Since 1540: Adaptation and cultural persistence See pp 233-4 But continuum of diversity Hopi cosmology Four worlds o Surface o Three layers below Climbing up = origins of all peoples o Hopi Bear Clan member first Hopi material culture Stone houses Sonte and wood tools Pottery and baskertry By woman Woven colth (Cotton arrow wool) By men Hopi social organization Matrilineal extended families Senior female = “Clan Mother” Sacred items Clans Maintained kivas Gender roles (see p. 228) Women own the land
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“Berdache” Homosexuals Hopi political organization Independent towns Linked by ceremonial cycle Leaders: By town Town chief (Usually Bear Clan) War chief Leaders: By multiple groups within towns Ceremonial Kinship Hopi life cycle Four phases (like four worlds) Childhood Youth Coming of age rituals Arrow Adulthood Old age Hopi religious system Annual cycle of rituals
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ANTHRO 113:110 taught by Professor Ericaprussing during the Spring '08 term at University of Iowa.

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March 6 - Puebloan case study Hopi Date ff portrait Circa 1880 Since 1540 Adaptation and cultural persistence See pp 233-4 But continuum of

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