The third edition highlights recent archaeological developments and the social and political contexts of archaeology, including the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), Camp Delta (Guantanamo Bay), and Indigenous residential schools. The authors also manage to integrate some playful topics, such as the archaeology of children’s graffiti and the domestication of dogs, while delving further into contemporary issues like climate change. The ultimate goal is to encourage students to examine the world that surrounds them with new eyes using archaeological methodologies.
The third edition incorporates more color images than in previous editions and is accompanied by an updated instructor’s manual, test bank, and PowerPoint slides.
CHAPTER 2: LOOKING AT ARCHAEOLOGY’S PAST
CHAPTER 3: MANAGING ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE EARLY TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
CHAPTER 4: COMPREHENDING THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD
CHAPTER 5: WORKING IN THE FIELD
CHAPTER 6: WORKING IN THE LABORATORY
CHAPTER 7: RECONSTRUCTING CULTURE HISTORY
CHAPTER 8: RECONSTRUCTING ECOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS
CHAPTER 9: RECONSTRUCTING THE SOCIAL AND IDEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CULTURE
CHAPTER 10: EXPLAINING THINGS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTEREST
CHAPTER 11: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF YESTERDAY, TODAY, ANDTOMORROW
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