Surplus: the politics of production and the strategies of everyday life
Morehart, Christopher T., editor
De Lucia, Kristin, editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Placing the concept of surplus at the forefront of archaeological discussions on production, consumption, power, strategy, and change, this volume reaches beyond conventional ways of thinking about top-down or bottom-up models and offers a comparative framework to examine surplus, generating new questions and methodologies to elucidate the social and political economies of the past.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Surplus (Economics) -- Social aspects -- History
Surplus (Economics) -- Political aspects -- History
Production (Economic theory) -- History
Economics -- History -- To 1800
Agriculture -- History
Social change -- History