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The Cotsen Institute Press publishes critically acclaimed volumes on archaeology in eight series. Our titles are distributed by the University of New Mexico Press / Eurospan and can be purchased online.

To browse our books by series, click the one of interest for a list of titles or click View All to see our entire catalog. To place an order, select a book and click on the Buy this Book icon. For sales inquiries, please contact us.

 

FORTHCOMING BOOKS

 

The Excavation of the Prehistoric Burial Tumulus at Lofkënd, Albania               Archaic Mexican Shellmound               Vilcabamba and the Archaeology of Inca Resistance

 

 

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This series focuses on contributions in synthetic field research and current issues in archaeological method and theory.

Cotsen Advanced Seminars

Volumes in this series are the published results of Cotsen Institute sponsored seminars, where scholars explore cross-disciplinary themes in conferences periodically sponsored by the Cotsen Institute.

Construction of Value               The Archaeology of Mobility: Old World and New World Nomadism               The Archaeology of Ritual

 

Ideas, Debates and Perspectives

This series offers a forum to address theoretical and practical issues of concern to contemporary archaeology.

World Heritage and Monuments

Volumes in this series highlight major archaeological sites and monuments around the globe and seek to preserve their unique cultural contributions through scholarly documentation and publication.

Perspectives in California Archaeology

This series presents substantive and theoretical topics focusing on archaeological research in California.

Monumenta Archaeologica

This series contains final reports of significant field research, presented in hardcover format.

Archaeological Research Tools

Volumes in this series present manuals covering specific topics of practical interest to archaeological research.

 
Occasional Papers
 

 

 

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