In this Issue
Ethnohistory emphasizes the joint use of documentary materials and ethnographic or archaeological data, as well as the combination of historical and anthropological approaches, in the study of social and cultural processes and history. The journal has established a strong reputation for its studies of the history of native peoples in the Americas and in recent years has expanded its focus to cultures and societies throughout the world.
published byDuke University Press
viewing issueVolume 51, Number 4, Fall 2004
Table of Contents
- Response to Campisi and Starna
- pp. 793-797
- Race and Identity in Indian Country
- pp. 799-803
- Gender in Pre-Hispanic America (review)
- pp. 811-816
- Index to Volume 51
- pp. 861-866
Copyright © 2004 The American Society for Ethnohistory.