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Suzanne K. Fish

Suzanne K. Fish (Ph.D., University of Arizona, Arid Lands Resource Sciences) is Curator Emerita of Archaeology, Arizona State Museum and Professor Emerita, School of Anthropology, at the University of Arizona.  She specializes in Hohokam archaeology, the organization in non-state agrarian societies, regional settlement patterns, and past and present Sonoran Desert ethnobotany and traditional agriculture, including prehispanic agave cultivation.  Fish has published extensively in the archaeology and ethnobotany of the Southwest U.S. and the archaeology of central and northwest Mexico and shell mounds of coastal Brazil.