University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Russell D. Greaves

The Ethnoarchaeology of Hunting and Collecting

Pumé Foragers of Venezuela

By: Russell D. Greaves

It is a common anthropological fallacy to think that people who forage for their subsistence are living remnants of simpler ways of life, resembling how our ancestors once lived. Even people who rely mostly on wild foods and make most of their own tools are well aware of many aspects of the modern world. Humans […]