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Author Name    A.K. Kanungo (ed.)

Title   Studies in Prehistory and Ethnoarchaeology of South South Asia (in honour of V.N. Misra)

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   New

Edition   First Edition

Size   23 x 29 Cm

Publisher   New Delhi, India Research India Press 2012

ISBN    8189131575 / 9788189131579

Seller ID   037402

This book is different from the normal Felicitation volumes which often, at least in India, consist of indiscriminately collected articles. Instead, this volume has the gist of twenty-two updated Ph.D theses out of the twenty-five completed under the guidance of Prof. v.N. Misra, former Director of Daccan College Post-Graduate & Research Institute. The area covered comprises India, Bangladesh and Nepal, and the subjects covered are Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolothic, Chalcolithic, rock art, Harappan Civilization, Historical archaeology, bronzes, ceramics, zooarchaeology and ethnoarchaeology. A volume of this kind is useful to all students of archaeology. It makes available to them the kind of research that has been carried out at the world famous Institute of Archaeology 'Deccan College '. It will serve as a guide for writing high quality thesis on various themes of archaeology. The book contains the nodal work of some of the most established scholars (Md. Shafiqul Alam, Shahida Ansari, Jacob S. Jaya Raj, Jeewan s. Kharawal, Kumar Akhilesh, Mala Malla, Yashodhar Mathpal, Anup Mishra, Shaik Abdul Munaf, Siba Charan Nanda, Simadri B. Ota, Tama Panda Roy, Shah S. Mostafizur Rahman, D.R. Raju, V. Rami Reddy, P.K. Thomas and Balaram Tripathy) in this field in South Asia in one place. Besides the 22 theses there are three papers related to Prof. V.N. Misra which are of equally high academic quality. The first one, by the editor gives a biographical account of Prof. Misra as an archaeological and human being. The second P.P. Joglekar is an annotated bibliography Prof. Misra 's major research articles. The third is a critical evaluation of Prof. Misra 's position in the South Asian Archaeological context by K.K. Basa. Printed Pages: 486 with numerous b/w illustrations.

Prehistory Ethnoarchaeology Archaeology South Asia India

Price = 101.95 USD


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