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These "thin partitions" Bridging the growing divide between cultural anthropology and archaeology

dc.contributor.authorEnglehardt, Joshua D., editor
dc.contributor.authorRieger, Ivy A., editor
dc.contributor.authorUniversity Press of Colorado, publisher
dc.descriptionIncludes bibliographical references and index.
dc.description.abstractExplores the growing divide between two of the four subdisciplines within the field of anthropology: archaeology and cultural anthropology. It examines the theoretical underpinnings of the separation between two disciplines and explores what can be gained by joining them, both in university departments and in field research.--Provided by publisher.
dc.description.tableofcontentsIntroduction: speaking the same language / Joshua D. Englehardt and Ivy A. Rieger -- Research collaboration in Mesoamerica and the Pueblo Southwest / Vincent LaMotta and John Monaghan -- "It seemed like a good idea at the time": the fate of cultural evolution in cultural anthropology / Paul Shankman -- Ontology matters in archaeology and anthropology: people, things, and posthumanism / Fredrik Fahlander -- Ethnographic stratigraphies: mapping practical exchanges between cultural anthropology and archaeology / Ivy A. Rieger -- Archaeological boundaries and anthropological frontiers: a view from south of the border / Joshua D. Englehardt -- Tribes as chimeras or chameleons?: gender, kinship, marriage, and hierarchy in archaeological theory and Nuer ethnography / Joseph R. Hellweg -- The ancestral stew pot: culinary practices at a contemporary Yucatecan village / Lilia Fernández Souza -- Filling in the blanks: archaeology, ethnography, and the Aj Pop B'atz' project / Ashley Kistler -- The interface between anthropology and archaeology: a view from ancient Greece / David Small -- Given a choice: integrating approaches to choice and wellbeing in present and past societies / Kent Fowler and Derek Johnson -- Conclusions: anthropological pasts and futures / Donna Goldstein -- Conclusions: anthropology, archaeology, and the legacy of Franz Boas: or "Hello, my name is Bill, i am an anthropologist. No wait. I am an archaeologist. No. wait ..." / William A. Parkinson.
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dc.subject.lcshArchaeology -- Methodology
dc.subject.lcshEthnology -- Methodology
dc.titleThese "thin partitions" Bridging the growing divide between cultural anthropology and archaeology


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