Richard A. Gould

1983
Shipwreck AnthropologySAR Press PublicationShipwreck Anthropology

“Shipwrecks are part of the legitimate domain of anthropology and can produce results that are as significant for our ability to explain variability in human behavior as any other kind of archaeology, whether it deals with stone tools in a European Paleolithic rockshelter or ceramics contained in a sixteenth-century Spanish shipwreck.” So argues Richard A. Gould, the editor of this volume originating from a 1981 School of American Research advanced seminar.

1981, May 18–22
Advanced SeminarShipwrecks as Anthropological Phenomena
1978
Explorations in EthnoarchaeologySAR Press PublicationExplorations in Ethnoarchaeology

By observing changes in ancient midden deposits, or modern waste, the ethnoarchaeologist is able to theorize about relationships between these material remains and the human behavior that produced them. The contributors to this book cover diverse societies and attempt to establish behavioral patterns from the study of what humans leave behind.

1975, November 17–21
Advanced SeminarEthnoarchaeology


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