Signed by the Author
Rare books and publications signed by the author.
Chase Orchard: A Poñil Phase Pueblo in the Cimarron District, Northeastern New Mexico, with a Suggested Reconstruction of Tanoan Origins and Migrations
Memoir 11 of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society, Robert E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology 4 of the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natual History
Condition: Fair. Pasted on label with author’s (corrected) name on cover. Bumping to upper cover corner. No marks, tears, bends. Binding tight.
Signed by the author on title page.
Condition: Good. Inscribed by the author to the late archaeologist Linda Cordell, from her library. Light scuffing, small chip to dust jacket. No tears, bends or folds. Binding tight.
“This interdisciplinary book examines archaeology’s engagement with semiotics, from its early structuralist beginnings to its more recent Peircian encounters. It represents the first sustained engagement with Peircian semiotics in archaeology, as well as the first discussion of how pragmatic anthropology articulates with anthropological archaeology. Its central thesis is that archaeology is a distinctive kind of semiotic enterprise; one devoted to giving meaning to the past in the present through the study of materiality. It compliments standard studies of linguistics and reformulates contemporary theories of material culture.” From the dustjacket.
Condition: Fair. Inscribed by the author on half-title page. Previous owner’s bookplate of inside front board. Markings throughout. No tears, bends or folds. Binding tight.Read More
Essays by Tony Berlant, Steven LeBlanc, Catherine Scott, and J.J. Brody
Condition: Good. Previous owner’s bookplate on inside front cover. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Binding tight.
Inscribed by one of the essayists to previous owner.
First edition, fifth printing (as indicated by number line on back page) of Hillerman’s first mystery. Signed by Hillerman on half-title page.
Condition: Book: Very Good. Dust Jacket: Fair to good. Price-clipped. Tears to upper-front cover, some wear spots, fading, wear to lower spine. Now protected in mylar.
First appearance of the Joe Leaphorn character.
From the library of the late archaeologist Linda Cordell
Warmly inscribed by author to the late archaeologist Linda Cordell. From her libraryRead More