4 edition of Approaches to social archaeology found in the catalog.
Approaches to social archaeology
Includes bibliographies and index.
|LC Classifications||CC72.4 .R46 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 430 p. :|
|Number of Pages||430|
|LC Control Number||83022548|
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Though archaeologists have long acknowledged the work of social anthropologists, anthropologists have been much less eager to repay the compliment. This volume argues that the time has come to recognise the insights archaeological approaches can bring to anthropology. Archaeology's rigorous. In it, Souvatzi, after setting out current approaches to the household in the social sciences generally and archaeology specifically, uses detailed examples from the Greek Neolithic to look at the ways in which households can be a means of interpreting social : J. A. Baird.
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About this book The Companion to Social Archaeology is the first scholarly work to explore the encounter of social theory and archaeology over the past two decades.
Grouped into four sections - Knowledges, Identities, Places, and Politics - each of which is prefaced with a review essay that contextualizes the history and developments in social archaeology and related fields.
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