Explores mountain regions as cultural landscapes that have been shaped by long-term human-environment interactions.
Addresses the revolutionary impact of genetics, isotopes, and data science on the study of migration and mobility in past human societies.
Examines the culture and chronology of increasingly complex urban societies in western Anatolia during the Early Bronze Age.
Brings together archaeologists, art historians, sociologists, and classicists to explore the origins and development of unequal relationships in ancient societies.
Archaeologists, anthropologists, and classicists discuss how urbanization first emerged in strikingly different sociopolitical contexts in North America, Europe, and the Near East.
Examines the many ways water has contributed to power structures in the past, with insights for contemporary water management.
Rich case studies examining responses to climatic events in ancient Europe and the Near East.
Explores sacrificial practices across a range of contexts from prehistory to the present.
Critical interdisciplinary examination of archeaology's approach to childhood in prehistory.
Interdisciplinary study of monumental art and architecture in human history.
Interdisciplinary study of the role of violence in the Mediterranean and Europe.
A comprehensive investigation of household life during the Upper Paleolithic era.
The potential of events for interpreting changes in the archaeological record.