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  • Author(s) Timothy R. Pauketat / Diana DiPaolo Loren
  • Edition1
  • Published5th November 2004
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631231844
This volume offers a rich and informative introduction to North
American archaeology for all those interested in the history and
culture of North American natives.





  • Organized around central topics and debates within the
    discipline.


  • Illustrated with case studies based on the lives of real
    people, to emphasize human agency, cultural practice, the body,
    issues of inequality, and the politics of archaeological
    practice.


  • Highlights current understandings of cultural and historical
    processes in North America and situates these understandings within
    a global perspective.

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  • Author(s) Timothy R. Pauketat / Diana DiPaolo Loren
  • Edition1
  • Published5th November 2004
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631231844
This volume offers a rich and informative introduction to North
American archaeology for all those interested in the history and
culture of North American natives.





  • Organized around central topics and debates within the
    discipline.


  • Illustrated with case studies based on the lives of real
    people, to emphasize human agency, cultural practice, the body,
    issues of inequality, and the politics of archaeological
    practice.


  • Highlights current understandings of cultural and historical
    processes in North America and situates these understandings within
    a global perspective.

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