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A Marxist Archaeology

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A rich intellectual tradition that offers archaeologists a way around many seemingly irresolvable theoretical oppositions, Marxism deserves a place in the philosophical and substantive debates in archaeology. This book applies Marxist theory to archaeology, explores long-term historical change and cultural evolution, and advocates a dialectical and historical approach to t ...more
Paperback, 326 pages
Published March 1st 2002 by Eliot Werner Publications/Percheron Press (first published September 11th 1997)
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I was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and raised on Air Force Bases across the west. My mother taught me to love books, learning and history. My grandfather never understood why I wanted to be an archaeologist. He worked for a living in northern Colorado. One afternoon in field school he found me at the bottom of a deep stratigraphic trench, swinging a pick at the face of the ditch. That next summe ...more
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