Archaeology of Religion | Rowman & Littlefield
Archaeology of Religion
Few topics have been more neglected by archaeologists than religion, yet few have been more central to human social and cultural life. But new models of science, increasing concern with symbolism and belief, improved interpretive models and theories, and a growing reconciliation between humanistic and scientific approaches all now contribute toward making the archaeology of religion a viable and vibrant area of research. This series publishes syntheses, theoretical statements, focused edited volumes, and primary research in this growing area of archaeological concern.

Editor(s): David S. Whitley
Ancestors and Elites: Emergent Complexity and Ritual Practices in the Casas Grandes Polity
GORDON F. M. RAKITA
AltaMira Press • April 2009 • Monograph
Religion in the Prehispanic Southwest
EDITED BY CHRISTINE S. VANPOOL; TODD L. VANPOOL AND DAVID A. PHILLIPS JR. - CONTRIBUTIONS BY DAVID A. PHILLIPS;...
AltaMira Press • January 2007 • Textbook
Archaeology of Early Buddhism
LARS FOGELIN
AltaMira Press • February 2006 • Monograph
Material Culture and Sacred Landscape: The Anthropology of the Siberian Khanty
PETER JORDAN
AltaMira Press • March 2003 • Textbook
A Cosmos in Stone: Interpreting Religion and Society Through Rock Art
DAVID J. LEWIS-WILLIAMS
AltaMira Press • April 2002 • General Interest
Shamanism and the Ancient Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Archaeology
JAMES L. PEARSON
AltaMira Press • February 2002 • Textbook