• Anthropology


Linking to the Past: A Brief Introduction to Archaeology offers an engaging introduction to the methods archaeologists use to reveal the human past. Employing an accessible and conversational writing style, Kenneth L. Feder uses his field study of a three-thousand-year-old North American village site as the backdrop to introduce students to how archaeologists find, recover, study, and interpret the material culture left behind by earlier peoples.The Second Edition is reorganized to follow the way archaeology is taught in the classroom, taking a straightforward, linear approach. . Where the first edition centered on what was found at the Wood Lily site (lithics), the author has broadened the focus of the text to include the whole of the archaeological experience -- the discovery of fossils, ceramics technology, cutting-edge technology and theory, protecting archaeological sites, etc. 

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