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Matthew Davies is currently Fellow in East African Archaeology at the British Institute in Eastern Africa, and the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge. He directs archaeological and ethnographic research projects in Kenya, Uganda, and the Southern Sudan. His primary interests lie in long-term human relations, especially environmental decision making and related socio-cultural institutions.
Freda Nkirote M'Mbogori is a senior archaeologist based at the National Museums of Kenya, Nairobi, with extensive fieldwork experience in the region. Her principal interests lie in the relationship between material culture, economy/environment and identity, and how received concepts played into colonial and present day economic/environmental policies in Eastern Africa.
Table of Contents
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Section 1: Archaeology and Environment
1. Environment in North American and European archaeology, Matthew Davies
2. Environment in Soviet and post-Soviet Archaeology, Olena Symyntna
Section 2: Environment as Artefact
3. Indigeneity of Past Landscape Transformations of the Tropics, William Balee
4. Forced Moves or just Good Moves? Rethinking environmental decision making among East African intensive cultivators, Matthew Davies
5. Is the Environment Good to Eat or Good to Paint? Faunal consumption and avoidance among hunter-gatherer-fishers in the Beagle Channel Region (Tierra del Fuego, South America), Danae Fiore, Angelica Tivoli, Atilio Francisco Zangrando
6. From Ecological Constraints To Cultural Identities: Pre-Columbian attitudes toward food, Alexandre Chevalier
7. Burning the Bush: the development of Australia s Southwest Botanical Province, Fiona Dyason
Section 3: Environmental narratives and applied archaeology
8. Archaeology's Potential to Contribute to Pools of Agronomic Knowledge: a case of applied agro-achaeology in the Bolivian Yungas, Christian Isendahl, Walter Sanchez, Sergio Calla, Marco Irahola, Dagner Salvatierra and Marcelo Ticona
9. Applied Archaeology in the Andes: the contribution of pre-Hispanic agricultural terracing to environmental and rural development strategies, Ann Kendall
10. The role of Agricultural and Environmental History in East African Developmental Discourse, Daryl Stump
11. Past and Present Farming: changes in terms of engagement, Kristin Armstrong Oma
Section 4: Environment, disaster, and memory
12. An Inheritance of Loss: Archaeology's imagination of disaster, Karen Holmberg
13. Nature, Identity, and Disaster: prehistoric lake dwelling in Central Europe.NB, Katherine Leckie
14. Memories and Expectations of Environmental Disaster: some lessons from the Marshall Islands, Peter Rudiak-Gould
15. Climate Change and Cultural Dynamics: lessons from the past for the future, David G. Anderson, Kirk A. Maasch, and Daniel H. Sandweiss
Section 5: New Directions
16. Archaeology and Environmental Anthropology: collaborations in historical and political ecology, James Fairhead
17. The Archaeology of Global Environment Change, Carole L. Crumley
18. Humanised Environments, Chris Gosden