New Paperback Release: Archaeology of Domestic Landscapes of the Enslaved in the Caribbean

“Essential for understanding the diverse experiences of enslaved individuals from the Caribbean as well as the larger sociopolitical processes that shaped the possibilities of domestic spaces and slavery as a whole.”—H-Net “An important, thorough, timely collection.”—Historical Archaeology “Delle and Clay demonstrate the need for interdisciplinary dialogues that offer a departure point for dialogue among archaeologists, … Continue reading New Paperback Release: Archaeology of Domestic Landscapes of the Enslaved in the Caribbean

Unveiling Pachacamac

“Pachacamac is an iconic and well-known site with a long history of investigation. In this informative volume, researchers working at Pachacamac over the last few decades summarize their work in the context of earlier studies. The book is a must for anyone interested in Andean prehistory or in the comparative study of religious centers and … Continue reading Unveiling Pachacamac

New Paperback Release: A Struggle for Heritage

“Offers a richly detailed and carefully analyzed picture of the lives of people who simply ‘weren’t there’ according to the usual stories we tell ourselves about the American past. In this counternarrative, archaeology not only extends the existing archive, but also provides the basis for a penetrating critique of that archive and its gaps. A … Continue reading New Paperback Release: A Struggle for Heritage

Digital Heritage and Archaeology in Practice

Digital Heritage and Archaeology in Practice Data, Ethics, and Professionalism and Presentation, Teaching, and Engagement “Expertly surveys the rapidly expanding terrain of digital heritage studies in ways that will appeal to both newcomers and experts. The chapters skillfully weave together methodological experimentation, pedagogical innovation, and ethical responsibility.”—Edward González-Tennant, author of The Rosewood Massacre: An Archaeology and … Continue reading Digital Heritage and Archaeology in Practice

Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the Florida Anthropological Society Conference

This year's FAS Conference was held last weekend in Miami. Our virtual booth is open through June 30, 2022 and offers great deals on our Florida anthropology and archaeology books. Use code FAS22 for discount prices and free shipping within the U.S. Click Here to View All Titles in Our Virtual Booth Read on for highlights … Continue reading Our 2022 Virtual Booth for the Florida Anthropological Society Conference

New Paperback and Open Access Release: Archaeologies of Listening

Open Access Digital Version Available Here “Emphasizes the value of respectful engagement with local communities and the rewards that are to be reaped in return for patience and humility.”—Antiquity   “A critical and diverse range of essays. . . . This volume invites researchers to learn to listen, to rethink their scholarship and relationship with local … Continue reading New Paperback and Open Access Release: Archaeologies of Listening

Identities, Experience, and Change in Early Mexican Villages

“An impressive volume that offers significant new data and fresh perspectives on changing practices, experiences, and identities in the early communities of ancient Mexico.”—Christopher A. Pool, University of Kentucky   “Engages in discussions of identity in the past, presenting new research that is transforming how we understand the Mesoamerican Formative period.”—Cynthia Robin, author of Everyday Life Matters: … Continue reading Identities, Experience, and Change in Early Mexican Villages

Bioarchaeology of Care through Population-Level Analyses

“Provides unique and useful models that demonstrate how inferences can be made about communities of care in samples ranging in size from several dozen to several thousand. Authors weave together diverse lines of evidence—osteological, archaeological, ethnographic, clinical—in their historical and cultural contexts. Sophisticated analytical tools and theoretical frameworks position this book at the cutting edge … Continue reading Bioarchaeology of Care through Population-Level Analyses

The Archaeology of Race and Class at Timbuctoo

“Theoretically informed and methodologically balanced, this research represents the best of community and public archaeology and provides new insights into the lives of free African Americans in the North.”—Richard F. Veit, coauthor of The Archaeology of American Cemeteries and Gravemarkers   “A welcome addition to the emerging literature on the archaeology of African American communities in the North. … Continue reading The Archaeology of Race and Class at Timbuctoo

American Health and Wellness in Archaeology and History

“Hutchinson effectively combines information and perspectives from multiple fields to escort the reader through the development of American health care from its vernacular, home-based beginnings to the formal, highly technical science of today. This wide-ranging book provides useful insights on the continually changing nature of health care, medicine, and well-being in the United States and … Continue reading American Health and Wellness in Archaeology and History