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Raw Material Availability and the Organization of Technology
(American Antiquity, 1994)
Ethnographic examples of stone-tool makers in Australia and archaeological examples from three different areas in the western United States indicate that the availability of lithic raw materials is an important variable ...
Inhibitions and Compensations: A Study of the Effects of Negative Sanctions in Three Pacific Cultures
(Pacific Studies, 1991)
Oedipus is named after his injured feet because he represents that part of ourselves lamed by the social sanctions. The fact that sanctions used to control children have consequences for character is well documented in ...
Six easy steps to dating Pueblo III ceramic assemblages; working draft
(Crow Canyhon Archaeological Center, 8/5/1991 0)
Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government
(United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources, 1998)
Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government.
Summary of Comments on the Draft Preliminary Report on Renewing Our National Archaeological Program.
(Society for American Archaeology, 1996)
This preliminary report of the Tempe Conference on "Renewing Our National Archaeological Program" is a slightly revised version of the draft report that was produced in March 1995 following the conference. This draft was ...
Occasional Papers of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center No. 2: The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report
(Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 1992)
Included here are four chapters authored or co-authored by William D. Lipe as part of the Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report. The introduction to the report reads: “The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center ...
Thoughts on Stone Tool Shape and Inferred Function
(Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 1997)
Inferences of site function from stone tool function based upon tool typologies are very common in the contemporary archaeological literature. A brief review of some ethnographic and archaeological studies confirms the ...
SAA to promote professional standards through ROPA sponsorship.
(Society for American Archaeology, 1998)
An essential part of the Society for American Archaeology's mission is to promote high ethical and professional standards for the conduct of archaeology. It is part of our obligation to the public, who support our work, ...
Hairdos and Don'ts: Hair Symbolism and Sexual History in Samoa
Hair is one of the classical foci of scholarly musing about the body, attaining this focal status through the seminal essay of Edmund Leach, "Magical Hair." My intention is to draw the strands of this debate into a coherent ...