Brenda J. Bowser

Brenda J. Bowser, professor of anthropology at California State University, Fullerton, is the coeditor of The Archaeology of Meaningful Places.

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Cultural Transmission and Material Culture

Breaking Down Boundaries

The University of Arizona Press
  • Copyright year: 2008
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Landscapes of Movement and Predation

Perspectives from Archaeology, History, and Anthropology

The University of Arizona Press

Landscapes of Movement and Predation is a global study of times and places, in the colonial and precolonial eras, where people were subject to brutality, displacement, and loss of life, liberty, livelihood, and possessions. The book provides a startling new perspective on an aspect of the past that is often overlooked: the role of violence in shaping where, how, and with whom people lived.

  • Copyright year: 2024
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