John Kelly


John E. Kelly, PhD, is a senior lecturer in archaeology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. His interest and expertise is in Eastern North American archaeology with a focus on the central Mississippi River Valley and the cultural developments related to Mississippian culture, especially the Cahokia site. His research is centered upon the role of ritual, iconography, and kinship in the mix of ingredients that contribute to the emergence of urbanism at Cahokia and the greater Mississippian world and their role in the design and configuration of this unique cultural landscape.


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PPP/Pfi Handbook

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The Beastly Pirates

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Discourses on Holy Scripture

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Hibernation Hotel

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Working for the Union

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Value Management of Construction Projects

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