The Archaeology Coursebook: An Introduction to Study Skills, Topics, and Methods

The Archaeology Coursebook: An Introduction to Study Skills, Topics, and Methods

by Jim Grant (Author), Neil Fleming (Author), Sam Gorin (Author)


The Archaeology Coursebook is an unrivalled guide to students studying archaeology for the first time. Comprehensive and user-friendly, it will interest pre-university students and teachers as well as undergraduates and enthusiasts. Specially designed to assist learning it: * introduces the most commonly examined archaeological methods, concepts and themes and provides the skills necessary to understand these step by step * explains how to interpret the material students may meet in examinations and how to succeed with different types of assignments and exam questions * supports study with case studies, key sites, key reading, tasks and skills development * illustrates concepts and commentary with over 200 photographs and drawings of excavation sites, methodology and processes, tools and equipment


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 352
Edition: illustrated edition
Publisher: Routledge
Published: 20 Sep 2001

ISBN 10: 0415236398
ISBN 13: 9780415236393

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Every archaeology prof I have ever met has complained about how few really useful introductory archaeological texts there are. These academics complain that they cannot find a text that discusses not just field and lab methods, but the reasons for the methods, how those methods intertwine to make a coherent whole, and how to make inferences from them. This is, no doubt about it, a lot to ask from a book. The Archaeology Coursebook, substitled An Introduction to Study Skills, Topics, and Methods, is an valiant effort from Routledge.Liberally assisted with additional resources for investigation--both Internet and standard text--the Archaeology Coursebook is a welcome addition to available teaching guides. If you don't use it as a text, you will use it as a resource for teaching..
-K. Kris Hirst,