Timothy A Kohler is a professor of anthropology at Washington State University, Pullman. His exposure to the archaeology of New Mexico's Northern Rio Grande region began during a sabbatical year at the School of American Research in Santa Fe. He completes a four-year term as editor of American Antiquity in 2004.
"This is an informative book which corrects some misconceptions
about the ruins at Bandelier."
"Kohler and his coauthors have completed their project at Bandelier National Monument in exemplary form."
"The pros and cons of an aggregation model are discussed, as well as the research that is still needed in the future. "Archaeology of Bandelier National Monument: Village Formation on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico" is an interesting volume."
"This study serves as a good example of the manner in which a long-term archaeological investigation can employ a variety of research methodologies. . . Overall, the work is clearly written. Highly recommended. Particularly for collections specializing in settlement studies of the precontact US Southwest."