The Archaeology of Removal in North America

“A unique collection that does a wonderful job of presenting diverse human experiences of removals while demonstrating the multidisciplinary strengths of historical archaeology.”—Allison Manfra McGovern, coeditor of The Archaeology of Race in the Northeast   “Provides a number of case studies that show how the concept of ‘removal’ is widely applicable across many time periods and … Continue reading The Archaeology of Removal in North America

Historical Archaeology of the Revolutionary War Encampments of Washington’s Army

“The first readily available consolidation of archaeological work done at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, and Redding, Connecticut. This is important work.”—Lawrence E. Babits, coeditor of From These Honored Dead: Historical Archaeology of the American Civil War “Readers of all backgrounds will appreciate the artistry with which the authors weave information obtained from new and more traditional archaeological … Continue reading Historical Archaeology of the Revolutionary War Encampments of Washington’s Army

Andean Ontologies

“A wonderful book. We learn about a wide range of Andean worldviews, which the authors present through the lens of the ontological turn. Rich with detail and nuance, this volume offers past and present ways of living in the Andean cultural world.”—Christine A. Hastorf, coauthor of Heads of State: Icons, Power, and Politics in the Ancient … Continue reading Andean Ontologies

The Letters of George Long Brown

“An engaging series of commentaries and vignettes about life in Florida in the antebellum period. A must-read for understanding frontier Florida.”—James G. Cusick, author of The Other War of 1812: The Patriot War and the American Invasion of Spanish East Florida “The letters of George Long Brown, a New England merchant who plied his business in … Continue reading The Letters of George Long Brown

The Archaeology of Northern Slavery and Freedom

“Presents case studies proving the material realities of enslavement in the northeastern United States. Shatters the myth that slavery was only a fact of life in the American South and in the Caribbean and charts an important direction for continued research.”—Charles E. Orser Jr., author of The Archaeology of Race and Racialization in Historic America “Brings … Continue reading The Archaeology of Northern Slavery and Freedom

The Historical Archaeology of Shadow and Intimate Economies

“Makes a significant new scholarly contribution to historical archaeologies of exchange by foregrounding intimate and alternative economic systems and the connections they inspire without distancing them from the processes of capitalism and globalization in which they operated.”—Krysta Ryzewski, coeditor of Contemporary Archaeology and the City: Creativity, Ruination, and Political Action    “Innovative and inspiring. Essential reading … Continue reading The Historical Archaeology of Shadow and Intimate Economies

Mortuary and Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Bronze Age Arabia

“A milestone in the study of mortuary practices in Arabia over several millennia of late prehistoric developments. It combines detailed archaeological insights of unique burial practices with a wealth of bioarchaeological data.”—Dušan Boric, author of Deathways at Lepenski Vir: Patterns in Mortuary Practice Mortuary and Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Bronze Age Arabia brings together experts in archaeology … Continue reading Mortuary and Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Bronze Age Arabia