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Arqueología de Cuba: Métodos y sistemas recoge una serie de trabajos de investigación realizados por el destacado arqueólogo J. M. Guarch. El mismo sustenta sus tesis científicas acerca de los problemas arqueológicos de forma amena y clara, invitando al lector a analizarlas desde un punto de vista nuevo, que abre las puertas a los angeles polémica fructífera. Analiza los últimos aspectos estudiados en el mundo relacionados con esta temática y plantea sistemáticas propias, aplicadas en su trabajo real. El presente volumen está bellamente ilustrado con pictografías que muestran los resultados de esta investigación.

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But we should not· be fooled. Global colonialism, Eurocentrism, capitalism, and modernity are always present in historical archaeology. Given their significance to historical archaeology, I explore each in detail in Chapter 3. My identification of the haunts of historical archaeology carries a hidden message. By now, careful readers have realized that I have a particular perception of what historical archaeology is, but that I A Crisis in Historical Archaeology 23 have not expressed it. Though I am not impartial in my definition of the field, I have hidden it from view.

Occasionally, they were given voice by a Portuguese soldier who, upon seeing Palmares for the first time, worried about its growing power. Often I found the issues expressed by an English traveler who, while riding through early nineteenth-century Ireland, wondered how people could live with the conditions faced by peasant men and women. In many cases, I gained insights about the past by the comments of living, Brazilian and Irish men and women. Neither Palmares nor Gorttoose are situated in an archaeological vacuum, because both Brazil and Ireland have developing traditions of historical archaeology.

I could hardly argue that Palmares was historically or culturally similar to Silcott, Millwood Plantation, or the Moser site. Still, it was connected to a vast network just as were the other three sites. THE NETS OF PALMARES We may easily imagine that Palmares represents a perfectly bounded community, a place set aside, isolated from the rest of the world. Escaped slaves are famous for having situated their rebel settlements in the world's out-of-the-way places. In fact, it was precisely the fugitives' quest for isolation that plagues today's archaeologists wishing to find their villages.

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