'Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics will serve well as the basic text in an introductory course on archaeological ceramics...the book is well-written and highly readable.'
'This thorough, up-to-date text that leads the student from the making of pots on to chronology building, the interpretation of function and style, and the practical mechanics of quantitative analysis. The book is at once an accessible introduction for all students and a comprehensive guide to the more technical literature.'
Stephen A. Kowalewski, University of Georgia
An introduction to the analysis of ceramic finds, for graduate or undergraduate students of archaeology. Details ceramic production in a contemporary village in southern India as a basis for classifying and interpreting ancient pottery, and discusses the various theoretical and methodological approaches. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)