'Marine Ventures: Archaeological Perspectives on Human-Sea Relations'

Feb 14th, 2017

Dept. of Archaeology

'Marine Ventures: Archaeological Perspectives on Human-Sea Relations'
'Marine Ventures: Archaeological Perspectives on Human-Sea Relations'

A new book brings together an international collection of papers that examine how the marine environment has influenced human adaptations and social complexity in the past. The volume includes two papers co-authored by Lisa Rankin that focus on the seascapes of historic Inuit-French cultural contact in southern Labrador.

The chapters in the edited volume are:

Lisa Rankin and Amanda Crompton 2016  
Kayaks and Chaloupes: Labrador Inuit and the Seascapes of Cultural Contact.  In Marine Ventures: Archaeological Perspectives on Human-Sea Relations, edited by Hein Bjerck, Heidi M. Breivik, Silje E. Frentheim, Ernesto L. Piana, Birgitte Skar, Angélica M. Tivoli, A. Francisco and J. Zangrando, pp. 383-398.  Equinox Publishing, Sheffield, England

Amanda Crompton and Lisa Rankin 2016  
Chaloupes and Kayaks: French Mariners and the Seascapes of Cultural Contact.  In Marine Ventures: Archaeological Perspectives on Human-Sea Relations, edited by Hein Bjerck Heidi M. Breivik, Silje E. Frentheim, Ernesto L. Piana, Birgitte Skar, Angélica M. Tivoli, A. Francisco and J. Zangrando, pp. 311-323.  Equinox Publishing, Sheffield, England. 

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