By Ian Lilley
- The first textual content to supply built-in remedy of the archaeologies of Australia and the Pacific Islands
- Enables readers to shape a coherent evaluate of cultural advancements around the quarter as a whole
- Brings jointly contributions from a number of the region’s top scholars
- Focuses on new discoveries, conceptual thoughts, and postcolonial realpolitik
- Challenges traditional considering on significant nearby and worldwide concerns in archaeology
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