- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- The University of Alabama Press
- Anderson, David S.
- 29 back & white illustrations, 2 maps, 5 tables
- 234 x 158 x 25 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 580 g
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Lost City, Found Pyramid
Understanding Alternative Archaeologies and Pseudoscientific Practices
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"This book is a genuine contribution to the field and should prove valuable to a broad cross section of both practicing archaeologists and advanced archaeology students." --Troy Lovota, author of Inauthentic Archaeologies: Public Uses and Abuses of the Past and coauthor of Understanding Graffiti: From Prehistory to the Present "Lost City, Found Pyramid is a strong contribution that I hope will encourage more professionals to get off the bench and use their expertise, communication skills, and platforms to do some good." --American Antiquity "These case studies help readers understand the motivations and methods of alternative archaeologists. The contributors assert that there is a proper methodology that produces reliable results in archaeology and science that alternative or pseudoarchaeological theories fail to achieve. They argue that scholars must respond to pseudoarchaeology and pseudoscience both reactively and proactively. Excellent bibliography. Summing Up: Highly recommended." --CHOICE
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Jeb J. Card is a visiting assistant professor of anthropology at Miami University in Ohiom USA. He is the editor of The Archaeology of Hybrid Material Culture. David S. Anderson is a visiting assistant professor of anthropology at Roanoke College, USA, and the coeditor of Constructing Legacies of Mesoamerica: Archaeological Practices and the Politics of Heritage.