|Editor-in-Chief:||Ventura R. Perez, University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|Managing Editor:||Ashley E. Sherry, University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|Visual Content Editor:||Adam C. Zimmer, University of Massachusetts Amherst|
The goal of Landscapes of Violence(LoV) is to provide a balanced approach to the causes of violence and offer a voice for the human experience behind it. This journal deals with the interrelationships between society and violence seen through the analytical eyes of trans-disciplinary researchers.
NOTE: While we are not currently accepting unsolicited manuscripts, we are happy to receive inquiries regarding future publications at email@example.com.
For information about Landscapes of Violence(LoV), please see About this Journal.
For information about the affiliated UMass Violence and Conflict Laboratory, please see VCL.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Number 2 (2012) Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Violence
From the Editor: Special Poster Presentation Issue
Ventura R. Perez
The Taphonomy of a Sacrifice: Burial 6 of the Patio Hundido at el Teul
Ventura R. Perez and Peter Jiménez Betts
Contextualizing Death and Trauma at Canyon del Muerto
Pamela K. Stone
Taphonomy After the Fact: Violence and Ritual in Room 33 at Chaco and Room 178 at Aztec
Ryan P. Harrod, Debra L. Martin, and Shawn W. Carlyle
The Blessing and the Curse of Taphonomic Processes: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of a Shaft Tomb from La Florida, Mexico
Heidi Bauer-Clapp, Laura Solar Valverde, and Lisa Rios
Postmortem violence? Identifying and interpreting postmortem disturbance in Mongolia.
Judith H. Littleton and Bruno Frohlich
Violence against People, Bodies, or Bones: Lessons from La Plata, New Mexico
H. Wolcott Toll Ph.D. and Nancy J. Akins
Evidence of Violent Conflict in Males from Pot Creek Pueblo
Catrina B. Whitley
Violence and Postmortem Signaling in Early Farming Communities of the Sonoran Desert: An Expanded Taphonomic Approach
James T. Watson, Misty Fields, and Marijke Stoll
Evidence of Child Sacrifice at La Cueva de los Muertos Chiquitos (660-1430 AD)
John J. Crandall, Debra L. Martin, and Jennifer L. Thompson
Taphonomy and Cremation of Human Remains from San Francisco de Borja
Cheryl P. Anderson, Debra L. Martin, and Jennifer L. Thompson
Book Review: Warfare, Violence and Slavery in Prehistory
John J. Crandall