Archaeology of Colonial Encounters : Comparative Perspectives. First Edition, paperback

By: STEIN, Gil J. (ed.)

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STEIN, Gil J. (ed.). Archaeology of Colonial Encounters : Comparative Perspectives.. Santa Fe : School of American Resraech Press / Oxford : James Currey, (2005). First Editon. Pp (8),ix-xii,(2),3-445,(7). Maps. Index. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, letteed in blue, black and white. "Colonialism and its legacies have emerged as one of the most important research topics in anthropology. Indeed, we now understand that colonialism gave rise to and shaped the discipline. However, the understanding of colonization in anthropology, history, and other fields derives largely from studies of European expansion. In this volume, ten archaeologists analyze the assumptions that have constrained previous studies of colonialism and demonstrate that colonization was common in early Old and New World state societies—an important strategy by which people gained access to critical resources." (from the back cover). Contents : 1. Introduction : the comparative archaeology of colonial encounters (by Gil J. Stein). 2. The archaeology of colonization and the colonization of archaeology : theoretical challenges from an ancientMediterranean colonial encounter (by Michael Dietler). 3. Spanish colonial ism and processes of social change in Mesoamerica (by Janine L. Gasco). 4. Colonial interactions and hybrid practices : Phoenician and Carthaginian settlement in the ancient Mediterranean (by Peter van Dommelen). 5. The political economy of Mesopotamian colonial encounters (by Gil J. Stein). 6. A Zapotec diaspora network in classic-period Central Mexico (by Michael W. Spence). 7. The archaeology of colonization : California in cross-cultural perspective (by Kent G. Lightfoot). 8. Imperial agendas and local agency : Waricolonial strategies (by Katharina Schreiber). 9. Remaking the social lands cape : colonization in the Inka empire (by Terence N. D'Altroy). 10. Roman colonies in the eastern empire : a tale of four cities (by Susan E. Alcock). 11. Archaeology and the interpretation of colonial encounters (by J. Daniel Rogers). B Very good. 25.00

Title: Archaeology of Colonial Encounters : Comparative Perspectives. First Edition, paperback

Author Name: STEIN, Gil J. (ed.)

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Publisher: School of American Resraech Press / James Currey, Santa Fe / Oxford, 2005, ISBN:1930618441:

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Keywords: ARCHAEOLOGY COLONIAL UNITED STATES ACCULTURATIION CLASTU MEXICAN ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY ARCHAEOLOGICAL AMERICAN,