Hunter-gatherer research has experienced enormous expansion over the past three decades. In the late 1950s less than a score of anthropologists were actively engaged in issue-oriented studies of foraging populations. Since then, the number of active researchers has grown into the hundreds.This book offers the most up-to-date anthology of papers on hunter-gatherer research and contains possibly the most comprehensive bibliography on hunter-gatherers ever published. It will be essential reading for all students of hunter-gatherer societies.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1.Territories and Territoriality 2.Hunter Affluence? 3.Social Stratification 4.Culture Contact and Change 5.Government Intervention 6.Native Perspectives 7.Whither?
Ernest S Burch Research Associate in Anthropology,The Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC Linda J Ellanna Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks