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Where Are We Heading?


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Ian Hodder is an archaeologist and professor of anthropology at Stanford University. His most recent books are Entangled: An Archaeology of the Relationships Between Humans and Studies in Human-ThingEntanglement.


"A work of impressive scholarship that ranges across a vast territory, both in theory and in the case studies." -Dan Lawrence, Antiquity

"A vital contribution to understanding the deep roots of our present environmental and climatic crisis"-Julian Thomas, Journal of Royal Anthropological Institute

Selected for Choice's 2019 Outstanding Academic Titles List

"In this important book, Ian Hodder demonstrates why things matter, not because they represent something, but because the entangled interdependence of all things gives rise to the forward direction of history."-John C. Barrett, Professor Emeritus, University of Sheffield

"Ian Hodder offers a new evolutionary model that gives real prominence to the human entanglement with things, in a brilliantly lucid account of the long paths along which humans and things lead each other."-Carl Knappett, Department of Art, University of Toronto

"Running counter to studies giving human agency the big share in our embeddedness with things, Hodder's sparkling essay advances the legacy of systems of things as entrapping human evolution."-Pierre Lemonnier, author of Mundane Objects. Materiality and Non-verbal Communication

"Ian Hodder frames a new archaeological perspective on the grand narrative of human evolution. Where Are We Heading? provides the first compelling explanation of directionality in cultural change."-Dorian Fuller, University College London

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