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Co-published with The Society for Historical Archaeology

Series Description:

Historical archaeology is the study of the material remains of past societies that also left behind some other form of historical evidence. The University Press of Florida and the Society for Historical Archaeology have worked together to present these volumes that embrace the interests of a diverse group of scholars representing the disciplines of anthropology, history, geography, and folklore.




There are 12 books in this series.


Please note that while you may order forthcoming books at any time, they will not be available for shipment until shortly before publication date

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Site Formation Processes of Submerged Shipwrecks

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The Archaeology of Race in the Northeast

This collection of essays looks at both new sites and well-known areas to explore race, resistance, and white supremacy in the region.
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An Archaeology of Asian Transnationalism

In this groundbreaking comparative archaeological study of Asian immigrants in North America, Douglas Ross excavates the Ewen Cannery to explore how its immigrant workers formed new cultural identities in the face of dramatic displacement.
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Archaeology and Community Service Learning

This collection examines how the field can successfully incorporate community service learning (CSL) into its pedagogies to broaden and enhance learning opportunities for students, promote civic engagement, and embrace community partnerships.
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The Seneca Restoration, 1715–1754: An Iroquois Local Political Economy

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Unlocking the Past: Celebrating Historical Archaeology in North America

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Indian and European Contact in Context: The Mid-Atlantic Region