Unifying Themes in Studies of Ancient and Contemporary Migrations
Contribution to Books
In order to address the temporal and conceptual dichotomy in migration studies discussed in the introduction, the authors of this chapter (sociocultural anthropologists and archaeologists/bioarchaeologists) engaged in direct dialogue to develop a shared set of definitions and concepts. Our goal was to develop a comprehensive intellectual framework for investigating both the causes and consequences of migration throughout human history.
Tsuda, Takeyuki; Baker, Brenda J.; Eder, James F.; Knudson, Kelly J.; Maupin, Jonathan; Meierotto, Lisa; and Scott, Rachel E.. (2015). "Unifying Themes in Studies of Ancient and Contemporary Migrations". Migration & Disruptions: Toward a Unifying Theory of Ancient and Contemporary Migrations, 15-32.