14 Tables, black and white; 77 Illustrations, black and white
Table Of Contents
1 The Concept of Slow Collapse 2 The Flood of Catastrophe Books and Rethinking the Concept of Collapse 3 Introduction to the Case Studies: The Archaeological Evidence 4 The Political Economy of Collapse 5 The Political Dimension of Collapse 6 The Social Dimension of Collapse 7 The Environmental Dimension 8 The Validity of the Concept of Slow Collapse and Human Resilience
Rebecca Storey is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Houston. Her research focuses on the bioarchaeology of Maya populations in ancient Mesoamerica. Glenn R. Storey is Associate Professor of Classics and Anthropology at the University of Iowa. His research interests include Mediterranean archaeology, Roman demography and the economy of the Roman Empire.