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" A must for historical archaeologists and other social scientists involved in the historical aspects of ethnicity and class. This is his clearest, most concise statement of methodology to date. Essential."
"Provides a much-needed reevaluation of the role of race and the racialization of prescribed groups from the view of historical archaeology. May provide urban scholars with a new set of analytical tools to study how the racilalization of certain groups shaped the perceptions of those both inside and outside of these circumscribed parties."
"An important contribution to the scholarship of race and American immigrants."
"Encourages archaeologists and other students of material culture to consider ways to problematize race so that it can be interpreted from material objects."
--American Historical Review