The books in this long established series treat issues at the cutting edge of archaeological theory and method. Archaeological research and thinking has been transformed in recent years, often through contact with other disciplines in the human and environmental sciences, and students and professional scholars alike have welcomed the critical reviews of new directions in archaeological thought which these books provide. Each volume carries an editorial overview, followed by expert case studies, and includes an extensive bibliography.
General Editors: Wendy Ashmore, University of Pennsylvania; Françoise Audouze, Centre de Recherches Archéologiques, Meudon, France; Cyprian Broodbank, University College London; Tim Murray, La Trobe University, Victoria; Colin Renfrew, University of Cambridge; Nathan Schlanger; Andrew Sherratt, Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Timothy Taylor, University of Bradford; Norman Yoffee, University of Michigan
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