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The Archaeology of Colonialism in North America is a new series developed to highlight current research on colonialism in North America. This series is dedicated to illuminating the wide range of methodological strategies (archaeology, ethnoarchaeology, oral history, historical sources) used to understand processes of colonialism. In response to the developing concerns about colonialism and its effects on populations, the series integrates research on local, cultural, and historical complexities of the colonial experience, as well as on interactions between people and their material, social, and intellectual worlds. 
The Archaeology of Colonialism in Native North America (11 Titles)

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