Regional dynamics : Burgundian landscapes in historical perspective
edited by Carole L. Crumley and William H. Marquardt.
San Diego: Academic Press, c1987.
ISBN 0-12-198380-3 (hardcover) ISBN 1-12-198381-1 (paperback)

This 630 page work contains the results of the first decade of our collaborative research in the region. Chapter titles are:

Chapter 1: Theoretical Issues in the Analysis of Spatial Patterning (William H. Marquardt and Carole L. Crumley)

Chapter 2: Environmental Setting (Carole L. Crumley)

Chapter 3: Archaeological Investigations at Mont Dardon (Paul R. Green, Walter E. Berry, and V. Ann Tippitt)

Chapter 4: Certain Factors Influencing Settlement during the Later Iron Age and Gallo-Roman Periods; The Analysis of Intensive Survey Data (Carole L. Crumley, William H. Marquardt , and Thomas L. Leatherman)

Chapter 5: A Multiscalar Approach to Remote Sensing in a Temperate Regional Archaeological Survey (Scott L. H. Madry)

Chapter 6: Historical Ecology (Carole L. Crumley)

Chapter 7: Road Networks and Exchange Systems in the Aeduan Civitas, 300 B.C. -A.D.300 (Jason E. Dowdle)

Chapter 8: Epona in the Aeduan Landscape: Transfunctional Diety under Changing Rule (Laura S. Oaks)

Chapter 9: Periodic Markets in Contemporary Southern Burgundy (Carole L. Crumley)

Chapter 10: Feux Celtiques: Burgundian Festival as Performance and Process (William H. Marquardt and Carole L. Crumley)

Chapter 11: Position of the Dialetct of the Morvan and Charolais in Linguistic History (Norbert Guinot)

Chapter 12: Charolais or Charollais? (Hubert Elie)

Chapter 13: Celtic Settlement before the Conquest: The Dialectis of Landscape and Power (Carole L. Crumley)

Chapter 14: The Romans in Burgundy (Paul MacHendrick)

Chapter 15: Southern Burgundy in Late Antiquity and the MIddle Ages (Walter E. Berry)

Chapter 16 :Regional Dynamics in Burgundy (Carole L. Crumley and William H. Marquardt)

While this volume is currently out of print, several copies are still available through the authors. Contact Carole Crumley at

A selected Project bibliography:

Scott Madry

Carole Crumley

1997 Preface. Advances in Historical Ecology, William Balée, ed. Columbia Series in Historical Ecology. New York: Columbia University Press.

1997 A Dialectical Approach to Landscape. Carolina's Historic Landscapes: Archaeological Perspectives, pp. 23-27. Linda F. Stine and Christopher Judge, eds. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

1996 Historical Ecology. Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology, pp. 558-560.

1995 Cultural Implications of Historic Climatic Change. Whither Archaeology? Papers in Honour of Evzen Neustupny. Martin Kuna and Natalie Venclova, eds., pp. 121-132. Praha: Institute of Archaeology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
1995 Historical Ecology: Finding Common Ground. Human Dimensions Quarterly, 1(3):6-8. Summer, 1995.
1995 Toulon-sur-Arroux. Les Agglomérations Secondaires de Gaule Belgique et des Germanies, Atlas. Actes du colloque de Bliesbruck, 21-24 octobre, 1992. (with Michel Maerten). tome I, p. 132.
1995 Reading the Land: the Archaeology of Settlement and Land Use. Research Frontiers in Anthropology: Advances in Archaeology and Physical Anthropology, pp. 149-174. Melvin and Carol R. Ember, Series Editors.
1995 Heterarchy and the Analysis of Complex Societies. Robert Ehrenreich, Carole L. Crumley and Janet E. Levy, eds. American Anthropological Association.
1995 Building an Historical Ecology of Gaulish Polities. Celtic Chiefdom, Celtic State. Blair Gibson and Bettina Arnold, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 26-33.
1995 Foreward. Pre-Columbian Native Encounters: The Archaeology of the American Southeast. Michael S. Nassaney and Kenneth E. Sassaman, eds. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.
1994 Historical Ecology: Cultural Knowledge and Changing Landscapes. Organizer, Volume Editor and contributor, SAR Advanced Seminar. Santa Fe: School of American research. 284 pp.
1993 Analyzing Historic Ecotonal Shifts. Ecological Applications 3(3):54-62.

Theses and Dissertations published

1997 "A Geomatics Approach to Regional Archaeological Analysis: The Arroux River Valley, Burgundy, France" Wiencek, Robert. M.A. thesis on file, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.

1986 A Multiscalar Approach to Remote Sensing in a Temperate Regional Arhaeological Survey. Scott Madry, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel HIll.

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