Book Reviews for Southeastern Archaeology
Southeastern Archaeology accepts book reviews for publication that might be of interest to our membership.
Information for Publishers
Books for review should be mailed to the Associate Editor (Book Reviews).
Information for Reviewers
Persons eligible to review include MA and Ph.D. students in Anthropology/Archaeology programs, professionals in Cultural Resource Management or other related field, and professionals at academic institutions. Requests to review and review submissions should be emailed to the Associate Editor (Book Reviews). Please look at the list of books available for review below, or you may request books not otherwise reviewed in the journal.
You will receive a review copy with the understanding that you will provide a review within three months of receipt of the book. Should you anticipate problems meeting this deadline, please contact me. In the case of unreasonably long delays, I will ask you to return the book so that I can send it to another colleague.
The general format of the text of the review should follow American Antiquity style. That also means that citations should be used sparingly, if at all, and reviews should not include a bibliography. Use section 3.5 of the American Antiquity style guide for instructions on formatting any references in the text as complete, shortened, parenthetical references. Reviews are limited to 1200 words.
The heading should include a complete citation indicating number of pages; the presence of illustrations, tables, bibliography, appendices, and index; and price. The description of pages and illustrations should be pulled from the Library of Congress catalog. The header should look like the following:
ACROSS ATLANTIC ICE: THE ORIGIN OF AMERICA's CLOVIS CULTURE. Dennis J. Stanford and Bruce A. Bradley, with foreword by Michael B. Collins. University of California Press, Berkeley, 2012. xv, 319 pp., ill., maps. $34.95 (cloth), ISBN: 978-0-520-22783-5; $27.95 (paper), ISBN: 978-0-520-94967-6; $15.00 (ebook), ISBN: xxx-x-xxx-xxxxx-x.
The footer appears after the review, and should look like:
John M. Smith
Department of Anthropology, University of Higher Learning
123 Main Ave., Good Town, ST, 45678
The review should be sent as an email attachment in MS Word format, but most other word processing formats are also acceptable.
Books Available to Review
|Banks, Kimball M and Jon S Czaplicki (Ed)||Dam Projects and the Growth of American Archaeology||2014|
|Barnhart, Terry A.||American Antiquities: Revisiting the Origins of American Archaeology||2015|
|Bates, Lynsey A., John M. Chenoweth, and James A. Dell (Eds.)||Archaeologies of Slavery and Freedom in the Caribbean||2016|
|Blitz, John and Lauren Downs (Eds.)||Graveline: A Late Woodland Platform Mound on the Mississippi Gulf Coast||2015|
|Buchner, C. Andrew||Excavations at Howe Pottery: A Late Nineteenth-Century Kiln in Benton, Arkansas||2015|
|Carr, Kurt and Roger Moeller||First Pennsylvanians: The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania||2015|
|Crook, M. R.||Bilbo and Delta: Late Archaic and Early Woodland Shell Mounds at the Mouth of the Savannah River||2009|
|Davis, Hester||Remembering Awatovi: The Story of the Archaeological Expedition in Arizona, 1935-1939||2008|
|Dockery, David T, IIII, and David Thompson||The Geology of Mississippi||2016|
|Dunbar, James S.||Paleoindian Societies of the Coastal Southeast||2016|
|Ensor, Braley||Crafting Prehistoric Maya Kinship||2013|
|Faust, Katherine A and Kim N Richter||The Huasteca||2015|
|Gallivan, Martin D.||The Powhatan Landscape: An Archaeological History of the Algonquian Chesapeake||2016|
|Galloway, Patricia and Evan Peacock (Eds.)||Exploring Southeastern Archaeology||2015|
|Gramly, R.M.||Origin and Evolution of the Cumberland Paleo-American Tradition||2009|
|Hairson, Eric Ashley||The Ebony Column: Classics, Civilization, and the African American Reclamation of the West||2013|
|Hayward, M.E., L. G. Atkinson, and M. A. Cinquiro||Rock Art of the Caribbean||2009|
|Hutson, Scott R||The Ancient Urban Maya: Neighborhoods, Inequality and Built Form||2016|
|Iannoe, Gyles and Brett Houk and Sonja Schwake (Eds)||Ritual, Violence, and the Fall of the Classic Maya Kings||2016|
|Kepecs, Curet, and Corzo||Beyond the Blockade: New Currents in Cuban Archaeology||2010|
|King, Adam (Ed)||Archaeology in South Carolina: Exploring the Hidden Heritage of the Palmetto State||2016|
|Livingood, Patrick C.||Mississippian Polity and Politics on the Gulf Coastal Plain: A View from the Pearl River, Mississippi||2010|
|Mainfort, Jr. Robert C. editor||Archaeological Investigations at Upper Nodena: 1973 Field Season||2010|
|Murray, Stephen O.||American Anthropology & Company: Historical Explorations||2013|
|Order, Charles E.||A Primer on Modern-World Archaeology||2014|
|Regnier, Amanda||Reconstructing Tascalusa's Chiefdom: Pottery Styles and the Social Composition of Late Misssisippian Communities Along the Alabama River||2014|
|Schrift, Melissa||Becoming Melungeon: Making an Ethnic Identity in the Appalachian South||2013|
|Steponaitis, Vincas and C Margaret Scarry (Eds)||Rethinking Moundville and Its Hinterland||2016|
|Stewart, R. Michael, Kurt W Carr, and Paul A Raber (Eds)||The Nature and Pace of Change in American Indian Cultures: Pannsylvania, 4000 to 3000 BP||2016|
|Sundstrom, Linea and Warren DeBoer (Eds.)||Enduring Motives: The Archaeology of Tradition and Religion in Native America||2012|
|Thomas, David Hurst and Matthew Sanger||Trend, Tradition, and Turmoil: What Happened to the Southeastern Archaic?||2010|
|Trubitt, Mary Beth (Ed.)||Research, Preservation, Communication: Honoring Thomas J. Green on his Retirement from the Arkansas Archaeological Survey||2016|
|Veit, Richard and David Orr||Historical Archaeology of the Delaware Valley, 1600-1850||2014|
|Waldron, Lawrence||Handbook of Ceramic Animal Symbols in the Ancient Lesser Antilles||2016|
|West Virginia Archaeological Society||Secrets of the Valley, Prehistory of the Kanawha (DVD)||2010|
|Whitley, David S.||Introduction to Rock Art Research||2011|
|York, Robert and Gigi York||Slings and Slingstones: The Forgotten Weapons of Oceania and the Americas||2012|
|Zierden, Martha and Elizabeth Reitz||Charleston: An Archaeology of Life in a Coastal Community||2016|