Darwinian Archaeologies

Darwinian Archaeologies

Darwinian Archaeologies By Herbert Donald Graham Maschner
English | PDF | 1996 | 273 Pages | ISBN : 1475799470 | 60.66 MB
Just over 20 years ago the publication of two books indicated the reemergence of Darwinian ideas on the public stage. E. O. Wilson's Sociobiology: The New Synthesis and Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene, spelt out and developed the implications of ideas that had been quietly revolutionizing biology for some time. Most controversial of all, needless to say, was the suggestion that such ideas had implications for human behavior in general and social behavior in particular. Nowhere was the outcry greater than in the field of anthropology, for anthropologists saw themselves as the witnesses and defenders of human diĀ­ versity and plasticity in the face of what they regarded as a biological determinĀ­ ism supporting a right-wing racist and sexist political agenda.
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Making Sense of Things Archaeologies of Sensory Perception


Making Sense of Things Archaeologies of Sensory Perception

Making Sense of Things: Archaeologies of Sensory Perception by Fredrik Fahlander, Anna Kjellstrom
English | 2010 | ISBN: 9197825727, 9789197825726 | 152 pages | PDF | 2,8 MB

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Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies: A Dialogue

Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies: A Dialogue

Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies: A Dialogue by Ethan Cochrane and Andrew Gardner
English | June 1, 2011 | ISBN-10: 1598744275 | 361 pages | PDF | 4,3 MB
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Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things

Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things

Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange:
Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things

by Alexander A. Bauer and Anna S. Agbe-Davies
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1598740296 | 237 Pages | PDF | 2.14 MB
This volume focuses on the anthropological concept of trade as a fundamentally social activity concerned not only with the movement of goods, but also on the social context and consequences of that exchange.
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