Studies in Global Archaeology

  1. Isendahl, C. Common Knowledge: Lowland Maya urban farming at Xuch. Uppsala 2002. (Abstract in new window)
  2. G. Blundell, Nqabayo's Nomansland. San Rock Art and the Somatic Past. Uppsala 2004. (Abstract in new window) Scanned version in pdf
  3. Juma, A. Unjuja Ukuu on Zanzibar: an archaeological study of early urbanism. Uppsala 2004.
  4. S. Macamo, Privileged Places in South Central Mozambique. The Archaeology of Manyikeni, Niamara Songo and Degue-Mufa. Uppsala 2005.
  5. A. Ekblom, Changing Landscapes. An Environmental History of Chibuene, Southern Mozambique. Uppsala 2004. (Abstract in new window) Scanned version in pdf
  6. A. Källén, And through Flows the River: Archaeology and the pasts of Lao Pako. Uppsala 2004. (New window)
  7. R. Somadeva, Urban Origins in Southern Sri Lanka. Uppsala 2006.
  8. Madiquida, H. The Iron-using Communities of the Cape Delgado Coast from 1000 AD. Uppsala and Maputo 2007. Scanned version in pdf.
  9. Lindholm, K.-J. Wells of Experience. A pastoral land-use history of Omaheke, Namibia. Uppsala 2006. (New window)
  10. Sáenz, V. Symbolic and Material Boundaries: an archaeological genealogy of the Urhus of Lake Poopó, Bolivia. Uppsala 2008. Defence version (new window)
  11. Manyanga, M., Resilient Landscapes. Socio-environmental dynamics in the Shashi-Limpopo basin, Southern Zimbabwe c. AD 800 to the present. Scanned version in pdf
  12. Swan, L. Minerals and managers: production contexts as evidence for social organization in Zimbabwean prehistory. Uppsala 2008. (New window)
  13. Karlström, A. Preserving Impermanence. The creation of heritage in Vientiane, Laos. Uppsala 2009. (New window)
  14. Johansson de Chateau, L. Roman and Native: Colonialism and the archaeology of rural water management in the Mahgreb. Uppsala 2009. (Abstract in new window)
  15. Paul J.J. Sinclair, Gullög Nordquist, Frands Herschend & Christian Isendahl (eds). The Urban Mind. Cultural and Environmental Dynamics. Uppsala 2010.
  16. Matenga, Edward. The Soapstone Birds of Great Zimbabwe. Archaeological Heritage, Religion and Politics in Postcolonial Zimbabwe and the Return of Cultural Property. Uppsala 2011.
  17. Wood, Marilee. Interconnections. Glass beads and Trade in Southern and Eastern Africa and the Indian Ocean 7th to 16th Centuries AD. Uppsala 2011.
  18. C Isendahl (ed.). The Past Ahead. Language, Culture and Identity in the Neotropics. Uppsala 2012. Individual chapters available in fulltext.
  19. Kohtamäki, M. 2014. Transitions: A landscape approach to social and cultural changes in southern Mozambique 5000 BC -- 1000 AD. Uppsala 2014.
  20. Martinsson-Wallin, H. & T. Thomas (eds). Monuments and People in the Pacific. Uppsala 2014.
  21. Madiquida, H. 2015. Archaeological and Historical Reconstructions of the Foraging and Farming Communities of the Lower Zambezi. Uppsala 2015.
  22. Mtetwa, E. 2017. Technology, Ideology and Environment. The Social Dynamics of Iron Metallurgy in Great Zimbabwe. Uppsala 2017.
  23. Ekblom, A., Isendahl, C. & Lindholm, K. 2018. The Resilience of Heritage: Cultivating a Future of the Past. Essays in Honour of Professor Paul J.J. Sinclair. Uppsala 2018.
  24. Petek, N. 2018..Archaeological Perspectives on Risk and Community Resilienbce in the Baringo Lowlands, Kenya. Uppsala 2018. 
  25. Shoemaker, A. 2018. Pastoral pasts in the Amboseli landscape. An archaeological exploration of the Amboseli ecosystem from the later Holocene to the colonial period. Uppsala 2018.
  26. Rødland, Henriette, 2021. Swahili Social Landscapes: Material expressions of identity, agency, and labour in Zanzibar, 1000–1400 CE
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