Overview for Archaeology of Naga Ancestral Sites (In 2 Volumes)
Because of its importance as a modern human science in recent years, making the discipline more inclusive, holistic and relevant to modern world, the practice of archaeology has increasingly gained importance on a growing scale by national and local heritage institutions throughout the world. The present work is an outcome of a joint research program initiated by the Department of Arts and Culture (Government of Nagaland) and the Anthropological Society of Nagaland from 2007-09. The research is published in two volumes addresses recent developments in archaeology and pre-history in Northeast India, examines early colonial ethnography and archaeology in the Naga Hills from perspectives of post-colonial discourse and discusses on recent archaeology works conducted in parts of Nagaland. Not only is the book an overview of recent work in Nagaland but also an eloquent pointer of the importance of archaeology as a modern human science and contributing to wider archaeology as a modern human science ans contributing to wider archaeology as a modern human science and contributing to wider archaeological debates globally.
Contents: Volume 1. Recent archaeological investigation at Chungliyimti and adjoining sites / Tiatoshi Jamir, Ditamulu Vasa, David Tetso -- Volume 2. Recent archaeological investigations in Phek and Kiphire districts of Nagaland / Tiatoshi Jamir, David Tetso, Zokho Venuh, Veena Mushrif-Tripathy, Anil K. Pokharia.