International Monographs in Prehistory: Ethnoarchaeology Series
International Monographs in Prehistory publishes monographs in all areas of archaeological and ethnoarchaeological research. There are no geographical, topical, temporal, or other specific limitations. Monographs should pursue both data and theory, but never data devoid of theoretical context and impact, nor theory which is not exemplified by or tested against data. Although a distinction is often drawn between theoretical and substantive works in archaeology, this series seeks work of significance containing elements of both theory and substance. Monographs in the series will have immediate impact and long-lasting value in the field.
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Discerning Palates of the Past
An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Crop Cultivation and Plant Usage in India
Seetha Narahari ReddyPublished: 2003
Ethnoarchaeology of Andean South America
Contributions to Archaeological Method and Theory
Edited by Lawrence A. KuznarPublished: 2001
An Ethnoarchaeological Approach to Settlement Organization Among the Raramuri of Northwestern Mexico
Martha GrahamPublished: 1994
Spatial Boundaries and Social Dynamics
Case Studies from Food-Producing Societies
Edited by Augustin Holl and Thomas Evan LevyPublished: 1993