Economic Anthropology

Diane Goldstein, Elissa R. Henken, Bill Ellis, John Laudun, Jeffrey A. Tolbert, Lynne S. McNeill, Elizabeth Tucker, General Editors.



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The Archaeology of Plenitude

A Collection of Essays on Architecture, Economics, Power, and Cross-Cultural Analysis

Multidisciplinary Research at Chunchucmil

Maya Farmers and Fair-Trade Markets

Iceland's Rise and Fall in the Global Economy

Archaeological Perspectives on Female and Male Work

The Politics of Production and the Strategies of Everyday Life

Archaeologists love the surplus concept. It fuels the contours of long-term historical perspectives on social change and transformation. It lies at the root of human social relations and cultural perceptions of the world. Society must produce more than the biological minimum, otherwise society ceases to exist.

The Economic and Social Dynamics of Mass Hunting

Factory Work, Illicit Labor, and Neoliberal Subjectivities in Trinidad