An intriguing compilation of case studies in the comparative archaeology of colonialism, distinguishing it from other volumes in its consideration of the consequences of colonialism on the contemporary present and future. . . . Highly recommended.
Successfully contributes to the understanding of colonialism and forcefully argues for a comparative approach to its study. . . . Provides case studies that stimulate thoughtful consideration for colonialism and its impacts in both the past and present.
--Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology