BooknewsNot that he was ever lost exactly, but contributors of the 20 papers from a 1994 seminar believe that archaeology is better served by some of Darwin's original ideas than by the evolutionary theories of his successors that have tended to eclipse him. They cover general theory and method in evolutionary archaeology; material culture, behavior, and middle range theory; and case studies and applications in paleoanthropology and archaeology. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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