Saharan Hunter-Gatherers Specialization and Diversification in Holocene Southwestern Libya
Great Zimbabwe Reclaiming a ‘Confiscated’ Past
Remembering Turkana Material Histories and Contemporary Livelihoods in North-Western Kenya
African Islands A Comparative Archaeology
By Savino di Lernia
July 28, 2022
This book explores the archaeology of the Acacus massif and surrounding areas in southwestern Libya over approximately 2500 years of the Early Holocene, utilising fresh theoretical approaches and new explanations of the social and cultural processes of the area. Archaeological and rock art evidence...
By Shadreck Chirikure
May 30, 2022
Conditioned by local ways of knowing and doing, Great Zimbabwe develops a new interpretation of the famous World Heritage site of Great Zimbabwe. It combines archaeological knowledge, including recent material from the author’s excavations, with native concepts and philosophies. Working from a ...
By Samuel F. Derbyshire
April 29, 2022
This book explores aspects of the socio-economic and political history of the Turkana of northern Kenya, examining the making and remaking of the regional economy via the trajectories of socio-material interaction that have structured key practices, relationships and livelihoods over the past ...
By Peter Mitchell
April 12, 2022
African Islands provides the first geographically and chronologically comprehensive overview of the archaeology of African islands. This book draws archaeologically informed histories of African islands into a single synthesis, focused on multiple issues of common interest, among them human ...