Preface 1. Living Archaeology 2. Funerals Are Fun 3. Once Were Headhunters 4. Ants for Breakfast 5. The Bamboo Classroom 6. u0022Are We in Danger?u0022 7. What Does in Must Come Out 8. Kalinga Justice 9. When a Town Gets a Road the People Go Crazy Bibliography Acknowledgments About the Author
James Skibo is professor of anthropology at Illinois State University. He is the author of numerous books on anthropology and archaeology and series editor of the Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry series.
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