ethnoarchaeologist love



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  • n. Someone interested in ethnoarchaeology


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  • Drawing on the work of ethnoarchaeologist Ian Hodder, Hall interpreted this pattern as evidence of a "wide-ranging network of shared obligations": "By exchanging cereal products in vessels similarly decorated with potent symbols, householders would simultaneously signify and reaffirm their mutual connectedness."

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • “I like to keep my archaeology dead,” David Clarke once remarked to a leading ethnoarchaeologist.

    The Goddess and the Bull

  • For the past 20 years, I have made gravestones my text, exploring cemeteries in many corners of the country as an ethnoarchaeologist interested in how such memorials reveal diversity within ethnic groups.

    American Scene: Parakeet to Paradise

  • Nurcan’s experiences with the Tille villagers convinced her that she really wanted to be an ethnoarchaeologist—an archaeologist who studies present-day cultures to gain insights into past behaviors.

    The Goddess and the Bull


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