The University of Wisconsin Press
Popular Culture, Anthropology, Archaeology
Digging into Popular Culture
Theories and Methodologies in Archaeology, Anthropology, and Other Fields
Edited by Ray B. Browne and Pat Browne
This volume presents archeological studies in conjunction with cultural anthropological studies as a means to enhance popular culture studies. Scholar Malcolm K. Shuman points out that the study of archeology must be careful to chart the total human content of an artifact, because archeology "is a profoundly human (and humanizing) endeavor that cannot be divorced from the matrix of human life." The other ten essays cover aspects of archeology and cultural anthropology, and the authors are meticulous in studying their subject in context.
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LC: 91-073878 GN
190 pp. 6 x 9
6 b/w photos, 4 b/w illus., 2 b/w maps
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