"An invaluable resource of current scholarship and issues in Iroquoian studies and the archaeology of northeastern North America."—Choice
This timely volume offers a compilation of twenty-four articles covering a wide spectrum of topics in Iroquoian archaeology. Culled from leading publications, the pieces collectively represent the current state of knowledge and research in the field. A comprehensive research bibliography with more than 500 entries will be a key resource for specialists and non-specialists alike. Both text and bibliography are structured in five sections: Origins; Precolumbian Dynamics; Postcolumbian Dynamics; Material Culture Studies; and Contemporary Iroquois Perspectives, Repatriation, and Collaborative Archaeology.
Along with seminal essays by major figures in regional archaeology, the book includes responses by Haudenosaunee writers to the political context of contemporary archaeological work. This collection will prove indispensable to scholars in all areas of Iroquois studies, students and teachers of Iroquoian archaeology, and professional and avocational archaeologists in the United States and Canada.
Jordan E. Kerber is associate professor of anthropology and Native American studies at Colgate University and curator of archaeological collections at Colgate’s Longyear Museum of Anthropology.
Series: The Iroquois and Their Neighbors
7 x 10, 592 pages, 109 black and white illustrations