By Marcia-Anne Dobres,John Robb
Agency in Archaeology brings jointly nineteen across the world well known students who've very assorted, and infrequently conflicting, stances at the which means and use of employer concept to archaeology. the quantity consists of 5 theoretically-based discussions and 9 case reviews, drawing on areas from North the USA and Mesoamerica to Western and critical Europe, and varying in topic from the overdue Pleistocene hunter-gatherers to the restructuring of gender family within the north-eastern US.
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Agency in Archaeology by Marcia-Anne Dobres,John Robb