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From the Publisher“An invaluable source for revealing the range and diversity of Cuban archaeology to North American readers. This book also serves more broadly as a model for the integration of collaborative research across distinct cultures of archaeological and political practice.” —Kathleen Deagan, Florida Museum of Natural History
"A significant plank in what has thus far been a rather slim bridge across the communications gap. . . . What will be needed, if such communication is to have the breadth of effect that the quality and quantity of Cuban research merits, is an increased recognition on the part of non-Caribbeanists of what they can learn from the Cuban example. This volume takes an important step toward stimulating such recognition."
—Journal of Field Archaeology
"For all . . . Caribbean and Southeastern researchers, this volume deserves your attention. I hope we can all look back on this excellent volume as a starting point in the reopening of communications."—Southeastern Archaeology