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J. Daniel Rogers

Rogers, J. D., Wyckoff, Don G. and Peterson, Dennis A.. 1989. Contributions to Spiro Archaeology: Mound Excavations and Regional Perspectives. Oklahoma Archaeological Survey.

Rogers, J. D. 1989. Context for a Regional Perspective. In: Rogers, J. D. and Peterson, Dennis A., Contributions to Spiro Archaeology: Mound Excavations and Regional Perspectives. Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, pp.113-115.

Rogers, J. D. 1989. Settlement Contexts for Shifting Authority in the Arkansas Basin. In: Rogers, J. D., Wyckoff, Don G. and Peterson, Dennis A., Contributions to Spiro Archaeology: Mound Excavations and Regional Perspectives. Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, pp.159-176.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1989. Review of:Vectors of Death: The Archaeology of European Contact. American Antiquity, 54: 658-660.

Fischbeck, Helmut J., Rogers, J. Daniel, Ryan, Stuart R. and Swenson, Fern E. 1989. Sourcing Ceramics in the Spiro Region: A Preliminary Study Using Proton-Induced X-Ray Emission (PIXE) Analysis. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, 14(1): 3-17.

Brown, James A. and Rogers, J. Daniel 1989. Linking Spiro's Artistic Styles: The Copper Connection. Southeastern Archaeology, 8: 1-8.

Rogers, J. D.. 1990. Objects of Change: The Archaeology and History of Arikara Contact with Europeans. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1990. Review of:Bibliography of the Catawba. American Indian Quarterly, 14: 67-68.

Rogers, J. D. 1991. A Perspective on Arkansas Basin and Ozark Highland Prehistory. Caddoan Archaeology, 2(1): 9-16.

Rogers, J. D. 1991. Regional Prehistory and the Spiro Site. Southeastern Archaeology, 10: 63-68.

Rogers, J. D. 1991. Patterns of Change on the Western Margin of the Southeast, A.D. 600-900. In: Michael S.Nassaney and Charles, R. Cobb, Stability, Transformation, and Variation: The Late Woodland Southeast. Plenum Press, pp.221-248.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1992. Review of:The Mississippian Emergence. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 16: 219-222.

Rogers, J. D. 1992. America's First Discoverers. Aboard, : 43-50.

Rogers, J. D. 1992. Bloody Knife's Last Stand. Natural History, : 37-43.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1992. Review of:Towns and Temples Along the Mississippi. The American Indian Quarterly, 16(3): 427-428.

Rogers, J. D. 1993. The Social and Material Implications of Culture Contact on the Northern Plains. In: Rogers, J. D. and Samuel, M. Wilson, Ethnohistory and Archaeology: Approaches to Post-Contact Change in the Americas. Plenum Press, pp.73-87.

Rogers, J. D. 1993. Various entries on North, Central, and South America. In: Christopher, Scarr, Smithsonian Timelines of the Ancient World. Dorling-Kindersley, London and Smithsonian Press, pp.256

Wilson, Samuel M. and Rogers, J. Daniel 1993. Historical Dynamics in the Contact Era. In: Rogers, J. D. and Samuel, M. Wilson, Ethnohistory and Archaeology: Approaches to Post-Contact Change in the Americas. Plenum Press, pp.3-15.

Rogers, J. D. and Samuel, M. Wilson. 1993. Ethnohistory and Archaeology: Approaches to Postcontact Change in the Americas. Plenum Press.

Rogers, J. D. 1994. 50,000 B.C. to A.D. 1499. In: Duane, Champagne, Chronology of Native North American History: From Pre-Columbian Times to the Present. Gale Research, pp.3-32.

Rogers, J. D. 1994. A Chronology of Native North Americans Before 1500. In: Duane, Champagne, The Native North American Almanac: A Reference Work on Native North Americans in the United States and Canada. Gale Research, pp.1-16.

Rogers, J. D. 1994. A Look Back at the 1994 Annual Meeting. SAA Bulletin, 12(3): 14-15.

Rogers, J. D. 1995. Introduction. In: Rogers, J. D. and Bruce, D. Smith, Mississippian Communities and Households. University of Alabama Press, pp.1-6.

Rogers, J. D. and Bruce, D. Smith. 1995. Mississippian Communities and Households. University of Alabama Press.

Rogers, J. D. 1995. Dispersed Communities and Integrated Households: A Perspective from Spiro and the Arkansas Basin. In: Rogers, J. D. and Bruce, D. Smith, Mississippian Communities and Households. University of Alabama Press, pp.81-98.

Rogers, J. D. 1995. The Archaeological Analysis of Domestic Organization. In: Rogers, J. D. and Bruce, D. Smith, Mississippian Communities and Households. University of Alabama Press, pp.7-31.

Goodman, Dean, Nishimura, Yasushi and Rogers, J. Daniel 1995. GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) Time Slices in Archaeological Prospection. Archaeological Prospection, 2: 85-89.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1995. Review of:Traditional Narratives of the Arikara, 4 Vols. American Indian Quarterly, 19: 570-572.

Berman, Tressa L. and Rogers, J. Daniel 1996. Arikara (Sahnish). In: Encyclopedia of North American Indians., pp.42-44.

Rogers, J. D. 1996. Markers of Social Integration: The Development of Centralized Authority in the Spiro Region. In: John, F. S., Political Structure and Change in the Prehistoric Southeastern United States. University Press of Florida, pp.53-68.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1997. Review of:Beyond Subsistence: Plains Archaeology and the Postprocessual Critique. American Antiquity, 62: 159-160.

Rogers, J. Daniel 1997. Review of:The Spiro Ceremonial Center: The Archaeology of Arkansas Valley Caddoan Culture in Eastern Oklahoma. Journal of Anthropological Research, 53(4): 480-481.

Rogers, J. D. 1999. Culture Contact and the Analysis of Change in Artifact Assemblages: The Arikara Case. Cuadernos de ArqueologA-a MediterrAnea, 3: 83-95.

Brown, James A. and Rogers, J. Daniel 1999. AMS Dates on Artifacts of the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex from Spiro. Southeastern Archaeology, 18(2): 11-18.

Rogers, J. D., Albert, Lois E. and Winchell, Frank 2000. Chronometrics at the Norman Site. Caddoan Archaeology, 11(1-2): 61-68.

Barker, Alex W., Skinner, Craig E., Shackley, M. Steven, Glascock, Michael D. and Rogers, J. Daniel 2002. Mesoamerican Origin for an Obsidian Blade from the Pre-Columbian Southeastern United States. American Antiquity, 67(1): 103-108.

Rogers, J. D., Dove, Carla J., Heacker, Marcy and Graves, Gary R. 2002. Identification of Feathers in Textiles from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma. Southeastern Archaeology, 21: 245-251.

Redman, Charles L., James, Steven R., Fish, Paul R. and Rogers, J. Daniel. 2004. The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on Their Environment. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Redman, Charles L., Fish, Paul, James, Steven and Rogers, J. Daniel 2004. Introduction: Human Impacts on Past Environments. In: Charles, L. R., James, Steven R., Fish, Paul R. and Rogers, J. Daniel, The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on Their Environment. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.1-8.

Rogers, J. D. 2004. A View from the Past. In: Charles, L. R., James, Steven R., Fish, Paul R. and Rogers, J. Daniel, The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on Their Environment. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.243-247.

Rogers, J. D. and Sabo, G. 2004. The Caddos. In: Sturtevant, William C., Handbook of North American Indians. Smithsonian, pp.616-631.

Rogers, J. D. 2004. The Global Environmental Crisis: An Archaeological Agenda for the 21st Century. In: Charles, L. R., James, Steven R., Fish, Paul R. and Rogers, J. Daniel, The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on Their Environment. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.271-277.

Rogers, J. D. 2005. Archaeology and the Interpretation of Colonial Encounters. In: Stein, G., The Archaeology of Colonial Encounters: Comparative Perspectives. School of American Research, pp.331-354.

Rogers, J. Daniel, Ulambayar, E. and Gallon, M. 2005. Urban Centres and the Emergence of Empires in Eastern Inner Asia. Antiquity, 79: 801-818.

Benson, Kristin M. and Rogers, J. Daniel 2005. Wichita Archaeology and the Harris Collection. Oklahoma Archeology, 53(4): 13-19.

Rogers, J. D. 2006. Ceramics and Chronology. In: Wilson, Samuel M., The Prehistory of Nevis, A Small Island in the Lesser Antilles. Yale University Publications in Anthropology, pp.65-102.

Rogers, J. D. 2006. Chronology and the Demise of Chiefdoms: Eastern Oklahoma in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Southeastern Archaeology, 25(1): 20-28.

Rogers, J. D. 2006. Latin America and Latino Projects. In: Hispanic Heritage at the Smithsonian: A Decade of Latino Initiatives. Smithsonian Institution, pp.150-151.

Cioffi-Revilla, C., Luke, S., Parker, D. C., Rogers, J. Daniel, Fitzhugh, William W., Honeychurch, William, Frohlich, Bruno, DePriest, Paula T. and Amartuvshin, C. 2007. Agent-Based Modeling Simulation of Social Adaptation and Long-Term Change in Inner Asia. In: Takahashi, S., Sallach, D. and Rouchier, J., Advancing Social Simulation: The First World Congress. Tokyo: Springer, pp.189-200.

Rogers, J. D. 2007. The Contingencies of State Formation in Eastern Inner Asia. Asian Perspectives, 46(2): 249-274.

Rogers, J. D. 2009. Spiro Mounds Archaeological Park. In: McManamon, Francis P., Cordell, Linda S., Lightfoot, Kent G. and Milner, George R., Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia. Volume 1, Northeast and Southeast. Westport: Greenwood Press, pp.324-327.

Rogers, J. D. 2009. The Harlan Site. In: McManamon, Francis P., Cordell, Linda S., Lightfoot, Kent G. and Milner, George R., Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia. Volume 1: Northeast and Southeast. Westport: Greenwood Press, pp.322-323.

Rogers, J. D. 2009. Ancient Cities of the Steppe. In: Fitzhugh, William W., Rossabi, Morris and Honeychurch, William, Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire. Washington: Mongolian Preservation Foundation, pp.127-131.

Rogers, J. Daniel 2009. Simulating the Past to Explore the Future. AnthroNotes, 30(2): 8-9.

Rogers, J. D. and Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio 2009. Expanding Empires and the Analysis of Change. In: Bemmann, Jan, Parzinger, Hermann, Pohl, Ernst and Tseveendorzh, Damdinsuren, Current Archaeological Research in Mongolia: Papers from the 1st International Conference on Archaeological Research in Mongolia held in Ulaanbaatar, August 19th-23rd, 2007. Bonn: Bonn University Press, pp.445-459.

Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio, Rogers, J. Daniel and Latek, Maciej 2010. The MASON HouseholdsWorld Model of Pastoral Nomad Societie. In: Takadama, Keiki, Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio and Deffaunt, Guillaumen, Simulating Interacting Agents and Social Phenomena: The Second World Congress. Tokyo: Springer, pp.193-204.

Cioffi-Revilla, C., Rogers, J. Daniel and Latek, M. 2011. Computing the Steppes: Data Analysis for Agent-Based Models of Polities in Inner Asia. In: Brosseder, Ursula and Miller, Brian, Xiongnu Archaeology: Multidisciplinary Perspectives of the First Steppe Empire in Inner Asia. Bonn: Bonn University Press, pp.97-110.

Rogers, J. D. 2011. Stable Isotope Analysis and Diet in Eastern Oklahoma. Southeastern Archaeology, 30: 97-107.

Sievert, April K., Rogers, J. Daniel and Urcid, Javier 2011. Artifacts from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, 49: 1-231.

Sievert, April K. and Rogers, J. Daniel 2011. History of Spiro Research. In: Sievert, April K. and Rogers, J. Daniel, Artifacts from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, pp.13-18.

Rogers, J. D. 2011. Spiro and the Development of a Regional Social System. In: Sievert, April K. and Rogers, J. Daniel, Artifacts from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, pp.1-12.

Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio, Rogers, J. Daniel and Hailegiorgis, Atesmachew 2011. Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Agent-Based Model Simulations for Sustainable Development. ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Transaction in Intelligent Systems and Technologies, 3(1):

Rogers, J. D., Nichols, Teresa, Emmerich, Theresa, Latek, Maciej and Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio 2012. Modeling scale and variability in human–environmental interactions in Inner Asia. Ecological Modelling, 241: 5-14.

Rogers, J. D. 2012. Inner Asian States and Empires: Theories and Synthesis. Journal of Archaeological Research, 20(3): 205-256.

Rogers, J. Daniel 2012. Comment on "Multi-Regional Emergence of Mobile Pastoralism and Non-Uniform Institutional Complexity Across Eurasia". Current Anthropology, 53(1): 27-28.

Payette, Nicholas, Bujorianu, Marius, Ropella, Glen, Cline, Ken, Schank, Jeffrey, Miller, Matt, Jonsson, Sara, Gulyas, Laszlo, Legendi, Richard, Bochmann, Olaf, LuĂ­s, de Sousa, Voudouris, Vlasios, Kiose, Daniil, Szufel, Przemyslaw, Saul, Steve, et al. 2013. Future MASON Directions: Community Recommendations, Report of the 2013 MASON NSF Work. (George Mason University Computer Science Technical Report 2013-9; )

Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio, Honeychurch, William and Rogers, J. Daniel 2013. MASON Hierarchies: A Long-Range Agent Model of Power, Conflict, and Environment in Inner Asia. In: Bemmann, J. and Brosseder, U., The Complexity of Interaction Along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium AD: Empires, Cities, Nomads and Farmers. Bonn: Bonn University Press, pp.

Rogers, J. D. 2013. Empire Dynamics. In: Bemmann, J. and Brosseder, U., The Complexity of Interaction Along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium AD: Empires, Cities, Nomads and Farmers. Bonn: Bonn University Press, pp.

Rogers, J. D. 2013. Pastoralist Mobility and Social Controls In Inner Asia: Experiments Using Agent-Based Modeling. Structure and Dynamics, 6(2):

Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio, Linford, SamanthaJo and Rogers, J. Daniel 2015. The Sustainability of Wealth among Nomads: An Agent-Based Approach. In: Barcelo, Juan A. and Bogdanovic, Igor, Mathematics and Archaeology. CRC Press, pp.431-448.

Rogers, J. Daniel 2015. Empire Dynamics and Inner Asia. In: Complexity of Interaction Along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium CE., pp.73-88.

Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio, Honeychurch, William and Rogers, J. Daniel 2015. MASON Hierarchies: A Long-Range Agent Model of Power, Conflict, and Environment in Inner Asia. In: Brosseder, Ursula, Reichert, Susanne and Stickler, Timo, Complexity of Interaction Along the Eurasian Steppe Zone in the First Millennium CE. Bonn: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Bonn, pp.89-113.

Cegielski, Wendy H. and Rogers, J. D. 2016. Rethinking the role of Agent-Based Modeling in archaeology. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 41: 283-298.

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