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A collection of essays which focus on capitalism, its terminology, theory and the material record. Contents: Setting some terms for historical archaeologies of capitalism; Why should historical archaeologists study capitalism? The logic of question and answer and the challenge of systemic analysis; historical archaeology and identity in modern America; The contested commons: archaeologies of race, repression, and resistance in New York City; Ex Occidente Lux? An archaeology of later capitalism in nineteenth-century west; Archaeology and the challenges of capitalist farm tendency in America; 'A bold and gogeous front': The contradictions of African America and consumer culture; Ceramics from Annapolis, Maryland: A measure of time routines and work discipline; HIstorical, archaeology, capitalism.
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`Matthew Johnson's commentary does an excellent job of pulling the articles ... together, exploring the problems that they raise, and placing their concerns in an even broader temporal and spatial context. As he points out, writing a historical archaeology of capitalism is a complex and difficult task. This volume is a welcome and useful contribution to that task.'
Journal of Anthropological Research, 56 (2000)
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