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This clever murder mystery combines intrepid investigations with archaeological theory.
Adrian Praetzellis is professor of anthropology and director of the Anthropological Studies Center at Sonoma State University.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. vii|
|"A" is for Archaeology: In which Dr. Green and Mr. Doyle are Enlisted||p. 1|
|"A" is (also) for Artifact: In which we Learn that Sometimes a Rock is Just a Rock||p. 13|
|"B" is for Binford: In which we Learn what's New about Archaeology||p. 28|
|"C" is for Culture Process, and "E" is for Ethnoarchaeology: In which we Learn How the New Archeology Grew Old||p. 40|
|"D" is for Diffusion: In which Dr. Green Goes from Diffusion to Confusion||p. 56|
|"M" is for Materialism: In which we Look into the Mind of a Cannibal||p. 74|
|"G" is for Gender: In which Controversy is En-gendered||p. 95|
|"M" is for Marx (Karl, that is): In which Mr. Doyle's Ancestors are Outed||p. 115|
|"N" is for Neoevolutionism, and "A" is for Agency: In which the Crew Adapt to their Environment||p. 132|
|"P" is for Postmodern: In which a Postmodern Kind of Truth is Told||p. 150|
|Epilogue: In which Everyone Gets Just what they Get||p. 163|
|Talking Points||p. 167|
|For Further Reading||p. 178|
|About the Author/Illustrator||p. 187|
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