“The Holly Bluff Style” by Dr. Knight

There’s a lot of Alabama alum and close friends represented in the authorship of this article, starting with our own Emeritus Prof. Vernon J. Knight. Congratulations to all! Abstract: We recognize a new style of Mississippian-period art in the North American Southeast, calling it Holly Bluff. It is a two-dimensional style of representational art that appears […]

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Drs. Blitz, Knight, Phillips, and Davis published in RETHINKING MOUNDVILLE AND ITS HINTERLAND

Congratulations to Drs. John Blitz (Professor), Knight (Professor Emeritus), Phillips (PhD, 2012), and Davis (PhD, 2014) on their chapters in this his new publication on Moundville. Citations: Blitz, John H. 2016. Mound X and Selective Forgetting at Early Moundville. In Rethinking Moundville and Its Hinterland, edited by V. P. Steponaitis and C. M. Scarry, pp. 54-73. Gainsville: University […]

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