Peter G. Johansen is currently a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Post-doctoral Fellow at the Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Canada. His research focuses on the archaeology of South India during the Neolithic through Early Historic Periods, and more generally on politics, social distinctions and inequalities, and landscape production in ancient and historical societies. He is the author of a number of peer-reviewed articles and edited book chapters including “Landscapes, Monumental Architecture and Ritual” (Journal of Anthropological Archaeology), “Site Maintenance Practices and Settlement Social Organization in Iron Age Karnataka” (Journal of Anthropological Archaeology), and “Recasting the Foundations: New Approaches to Regional Understandings of South Asian Archaeology” (Asian Perspectives).Andrew M. Bauer received his PhD from the University of Chicago, Illinois, USA, in 2010 and then joined the faculty of DePauw University, Indiana, as an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology. His research currently emphasizes the relationships between sociality, materiality, and landscape histories. His archaeological work is primarily based in India. He has authored or co-authored multiple peer-reviewed articles and edited contributions on the relationships between social histories and landscape histories, including “Towards a Political Ecology in Early South India” (Asian Perspectives), “Producing Places and Producing Nature” (Antiquity), and “Human-Environment Interactions on the Upper Khuzestan Plains” (Paleorient).