Materialities in Anthropology and Archaeology

Materialities in Anthropology and Archaeology offers a timely investigation into the material world and the place of peoples within it. While traditional theories of materiality have focused on how objects shape the lives of people, this series (situated in the New Materialities) aims instead to demonstrate how the world is comprised of assemblages of interacting materials, thus to demonstrates the constitutive and agential role of matter in the formation of material worlds.

Series Editors: Luci Attala and Louise Steel, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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