SOCIAL CONSTELLATIONS AND SETTLEMENT PRACTICE, the archaeology of non-urban complexity in southeastern Burkina Faso

: Gallagher (D.)

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362pp., illus., maps, paperback, Yale University Publications in Anthropology Number 96, New Haven, 2021


Daphne Gallagher explores the relationships among political strategies, economic practices, and land use in a region inhabited by precolonial West African Gulmance kingdoms. Includes location photographs, site plans, a site catalogue, and a pottery assemblage overview.

Daphne E. Gallagher is Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and senior instructor of anthropology in the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon. She has worked in Burkina Faso since 2004.