Historical Archaeology in South America
The practice of historical archaeology in South America has increased dramatically since the 1990s. To help disseminate the exciting work produced by historical archaeologists across the continent, this book series presents the theoretical and methodological advancements being made through holistic approaches to studies of the post-1492 era.
Drawing on the documentary record and ethnographic information, and emphasizing archaeological investigations, books published in this series highlight the interconnected nature of archaeological investigation in South America and its applicability to other parts of the world. Read More . . .
Pedro P. Funari (ppfunari [at] uol [dot] com [dot])
Jacob J. Sauer (jacob [dot] sauer [at] Vanderbilt [dot] edu)
Acquisitions Editor: Wendi Schnaufer (firstname.lastname@example.org)