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New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 26

 

Change through Time, 50 Years of New Zealand Archaeology,
Editors Louise Furey and Simon Holdaway
NZAA Monograph 26, 374 pp, 2004.

A review volume of themes in New Zealand archaeology contributed by newly emerged scholars, with a CD of classic papers that they selected to illustrate their theme. This is a volume that is indispensable for any student of New Zealand archaeology, and certain to be a long referenced classic in its own right.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION. Simon Holdaway and Louise Furey

THEORY: ASPECT AND PHASE. Simon Holdaway

MATERIAL CULTURE. Louise Furey

SOCIAL ORGANISATION. Yvonne Marshall

FROM SETTLEMENT PATTERNS TO INTERDISCIPLINARY LANDSCAPES

IN NEW ZEALAND. Caroline Phillips and Matthew Campbell

RITUAL. Andrew Crosby

NEW ZEALAND ARCHAEOLOGY AND ITS POLYNESIAN CONNECTIONS. Richard Walter

MOVING STONES: COMMENTS ON THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF SPATIAL INTERACTION IN NEW ZEALAND. Peter J. Sheppard

CROPS ON THE BORDER: THE GROWTH OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF POLYNESIAN CULTIVATION IN NEW ZEALAND. lan G. Barber

"IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF VON HAAST. THE DISCOVERIES SOMETHING GRAND": THE EMERGENCE OF ZOOARCHAEOLOGY IN NEW ZEALAND. Melinda S. Allen and Lisa A. Nagaoka

CHRONOLOGY AND SETTLEMENT. Tom Higham and Martin Jones

MORE THAN JUST OLD BONES: ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY TO NEW ZEALAND ARCHAEOLOGY. Elizabeth Matisoo-Smith

ARCHAEOLOGIES OF IDENTITY: HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY. lan Smith

ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT. Tony Walton and Mary O'Keeffe

AOTEAROA AND ANCESTRAL POLYNESIAN CONNECTIONS: THE LONG TREK FROM OTTO MEYER TO THE LAPITA CERAMIC SERIES, CULTURAL COMPLEX AND BEYOND. Stuart Bedford


Includes a CD of 17 classic papers by Harry Allen, Geoff Irwin, Simon Best, Jack Golson, Les Groube, Janet Davidson, Nigel Prickett, Doug Sutton, Foss Leach, Helen Leach, Atholl Anderson, Phil Horton, Neville Ritchie and Roger Green.

Published with the assistance of the Green Foundation.


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