I. DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ; II. MATERIAL PRACTICES ; III. OBJECTS AND HUMANS ; IV. LANDSCAPES AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT ; V. STUDYING PARTICULAR THINGS
Dan Hicks is Lecturer & Curator in Archaeology, School of Archaeology & Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford. Mary C. Beaudry is Professor of Archaeology & Anthropology, Boston University.
The extent and ambition of material-culture studies is marvellously revealed in this new handbook ... a wonderfully rich resource ... this really is an impressive collection. * William Whyte, English Historical Review *
presents an impressive variety of ideas, and the conceptual implications of combining landscape archaeology, cultural primatology, horticultural archaeology, and material geographies with what archaeologists have traditionally thought of as material culture is deeply thought provoking and will have tremendous results within the field. * Danika Parikh, Archaeological Review from Cambridge *