of the American Anthropological Association

Archaeology Is Anthropology

Susan D. Gillespie and Deborah L. Nichols, Editors
Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Number 13

Contents

PART I: INTRODUCTION

Is Archaeology Anthropology?
Deborah L. Nichols, Rosemary A. Joyce, and Susan D. Gillespie

PART II: INTELLECTUAL FACTORS

Anthropology Must Have Archaeology
Timothy Earle

Bioarchaeology as Anthropology
George J. Armelagos

Archaeology as Anthropology of the Long Term
Thomas Barfield

American Archaeology’s Uncertain Future
Geoffrey A. Clark

Archaeological Inference and Ethnographic Analogies: Rethinking the “Lapita Cultural Complex”
John Edward Terrell

Historical Archaeology and Disciplinary Ethnogenesis
Teresita Majewski

PART III: PRACTICAL FACTORS

Teaching Archaeology as Anthropology
Susan D. Gillespie

Working in Museums as an Archaeological Anthropologist
Rosemary A. Joyce

Archaeology and Anthropology in the Twenty-First Century: Strategies for Working Together
David G. Anderson

Anthropology Is Essential to Private Sector Archaeology
William H. Doelle

Anthropological Archaeology Conducted by Tribes: Traditional Cultural Properties and Cultural Affiliation
T. J. Ferguson

PART IV: COMMENTARY AND CONCLUSIONS

Archaeology and Anthropology
Jane H. Hill

Let Archaeology Be
Richard G. Fox

Archaeology Is Anthropology
Susan D. Gillespie, Rosemary A. Joyce, and Deborah L. Nichols

List of Contributors
Archaeology Is Anthropology

ISBN 1-931303-12-6
2003
vii + 171 pages
8-1/2 x 11

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