Archaeological Anthropology: Perspectives on Method and Theory

By Skibo, James M., Graves, Michael W. and Stark, Miriam T. (editors)

SKU# 18092

$ 25.00

Pp. (10), 309; numerous illustrations (black-and-white photos, maps, plan-views of sites, graphs and charts).  Publisher’s original dark green cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, color pictorial dust jacket, lg 8vo.  This work presents twelve chapters written by numerous generations of William Longacre’s students.  Longacre was a professor the University of Arizona.  In the 1960s he developed a new theoretical paradigm that today is called the ‘New Archaeology.’  The ‘new archaeology’ blended the scientific method and anthropology.  The new approach stresses the formulation of hypotheses to derive conclusions deductively.  These 12 chapters highlight Longacre new methods.  No ownership marks and no signs of use.

Publisher University of Arizona Press
Publisher Place Tucson
Date Published 2007
Date Published Estimated No
Edition First edition
Number of Volumes 1
Reprint No
Condition Fine
Condition Description A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
ISBN 0-8165-2517-X
Limited Edition