Ethnographic Archaeologies: Reflections on Stakeholders and Archaeological Practices
Quetzil E. Castaņeda, Christopher N. Matthews
Rowman Altamira, 2008 - Social Science - 212 pages
Ethnographic Archaeologies examines the role of ethnography in public archaeology, offering fresh insights into theories that advocate the engagement of archaeologists and archaeological investigations with the communities that are being studied.
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