Overall, this book provides a fresh take on the dominant theories of North American hunter-gatherer archaeology, moving away from the idea that hunter-gathers are victims of history, but rather the makers of history.
—Canadian Journal of Archaeology
A prime example of what an edited volume should be.
—North Atlantic Archaeology
Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology as Historical Process
is essential reading for North American archaeologists.
–Journal of Anthropological Research
The line of investigations and theoretical approaches employed in this volume is the wave of the future and should serve as a model for the next decade of hunter-gatherer research.
—Thomas Emerson, co-editor of Archaic Societies: Diversity and Complexity across the Midcontinent