6 edition of Americanist Culture History found in the catalog.
July 31, 1997
Written in English
|Contributions||R. Lee Lyman (Editor), Michael J. O"Brien (Editor), Robert C. Dunnell (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||508|
History Buffs, What are your favorite books and articles on cultural history? I took a comparative cultural history class this semester, dual-taught by an incredible Americanist and a brilliant Latin Americanist. After this class, I am planning on pursuing an academic career involving American cultural history. The Rise and Fall of Culture History and Americanist Culture: Fundamentals of Time, Space, and Form together form the most comprehensive and focused commentary on theoretical developments in American archaeology between and Lyman, O'Brien, and Dunnell effectively mix a chronological study of the paradigm's development with topical.
Reflections on Culture, History, and Authenticity / Richard J. Preston Dialogues between Worlds: Mesoamerica after and before the European Invasion / Dennis Tedlock -- The Meaning of Writing and Text in a Changing Americanist Tradition / Jane H. Hill -- The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture (OI) is the oldest organization in the United States exclusively dedicated to advancing the study, research, and publication of scholarship bearing on the history and culture of early America, broadly construed, from circa to Their scope of inquiry includes North America and related histories of the Caribbean, Latin Director: Karin Wulf. Get this from a library! James A. Ford and the growth of Americanist archaeology. [Michael J O'Brien; R Lee Lyman] -- "James A. Ford and the Growth of Americanist Archaeology tells the story of Ford's role in the development of culture history, the dominant paradigm in the field from roughly to By.
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