Household Ethnoarchaeology

Book: Life at Home in the 21st Century

…Using archaeological approaches to human material culture, this volume offers unprecedented access to the middle-class American home through the kaleidoscopic lens of no-limits photography and many kinds of never-before acquired data about how people actually live their lives at home. ..

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