Hopi Iconography Resources
Anthropologists have studied the Hopi more than just about any other tribe. For nearly 3000 items published prior to 1977, see: Laird, David W., 1997 Hopi Bibliography: Comprehensive and Annotated. University of Arizona Press.
Much of what anthropologists, artists, historians, and other writers have published over the last century and a half is inaccurate. Most reflects various author biases and preconceptions. Here we recommend a few published and online resources that we think are most reliable. Click on each category to view a list of resources.
Ferguson, T.J., Kurt Donogoske, Mike Yeatts, and Leigh Jenkins
Kuwanwisiwma, Leigh J., and T.J. Ferguson, 2004 Ang Kuktota: Hopi Ancestral Sites and Cultural Landscapes. Expedition 46(2):24-29
Arizona State Museum: