Synopses & Reviews
This unique work explores and assesses a number of approaches to the archaeological record, particularly the `landscape approach,' in an effort to structure research which will build scientific theory within the context of a processual approach.
Table of Contents
Concepts, Methods, and Theory Building; J. Rossignol. Concepts and Scientific Archaeology:
The Notion Site; R.C. Dunnell.
Seeing the Present and Interpreting the Past; L.R. Binford. The Spatial Dimension of Archaeological Landscapes:
Recognizing Persistant Places in Anasazi Settlement Systems; S.H. Schlanger.
Artifact Reuse and Recycling in Continuous Surface Distributions and Implications for Interpreting Land Use Patterns; E.J. Camilli, J.I. Ebert.
Landscape Scale; C.R. Stafford, E.R. Hajic. Temporal Dimension of Archaeological Landscapes:
Chronological Resolution in Distributional Archaeology; G.T. Jones, C. Beck.
Remnant Settlement Patterns; R.E. Dewar, K.A. McBride.
The Spatial Dimension of Time; L. Wandsnider. Postscript and Prospectus:
Archaeological Landscape Studies; L. Wandsnider.
2 additional articles. Index.