The uses of style in archaeology / edited by Margaret W. Conkey and Christine A. Hastorf.
By: Conkey, Margaret Wright
Contributor(s): Hastorf, Christine AnnPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1990.Description: x, 124p. : ill., diagrs., drawings, maps, tables ; 28cm.ISBN: 0521350611
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"This volume ... grew out of a conference of the same title sponsored by the Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis January 25-26, 1985". - Contents: Introduction / Margaret W. Conkey and Christine A. Hastorf; Experimenting with style in archaeology: some historical and theoretical issues / Margaret W. Conkey; Style and history in art history / Whitney Davis; Style and ethnicity in archaeology; the case for isochrestism / James R. Sackett; Style as historical quality / Ian Hodder; Investigating style: an exploratory analysis of some Plains burials / William K. Macdonald; Sociopolitical implications of stylistic variation in the American Southwest / Stephen Plog; Style and iconography as legitimation in complex chiefdoms / Timothy Earle; Interaction, imitation and communication as expressed in style: the Ucayali experience / Warren R. DeBoer; Is there a unity to style? / Polly Wiessner.