Book 2014

Against Typological Tyranny in Archaeology

A South American Perspective

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-8723-4 (Print) 978-1-4614-8724-1 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

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    Pages 1-23

    Social Complexity in Ancient Amerindian Societies: Perspectives from the Brazilian Lowlands

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    Pages 25-42

    Blind Men and an Elephant: Exchange Systems and Sociopolitical Organizations in the Orinoco Basin and Neighboring Areas in Pre-Hispanic Times

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    Pages 43-56

    Palenques and Palisades: A Revision of Social Complexity Issues in Contact-Period Eastern Venezuela

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    Pages 57-73

    Agricola est quem domus demonstrat

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    Pages 75-98

    Social Space and the Archaeology of Inequality: Insights into Social Differences at Ambato Valley, Southern Andes, Argentina

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    Pages 99-120

    Poor Chiefs: Corporate Dimensions of Pre-Inca Society in the Southern Andes

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    Pages 121-132

    Against the Domain of Master Narratives: Archaeology and Antarctic History

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    Pages 133-151

    Testing a Model of Site Location in the Alto Magdalena, Colombia

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    Pages 153-163

    Children of the Creeks: Cultural Characterization of Nasa Politics

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    Pages 165-178

    On Hybrids Recently Unleashed

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    Pages 179-200

    The Role of Place-Making in Chiefdom Societies

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    Pages 201-230

    Words, Things and Text: El Infiernito, Archaeology, Documents and Ethnology in the Study of Muisca Society

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 231-236