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This is a unique study of prehistoric stone tools, advocating an experiential approach to understanding stone tool designs from the users' perspectives, and employing a universal logic of designing tools; an invaluable primer for anyone contemplating the study of prehistoric stone tools.
A sophisticated introduction to basic lithic analysis, written in an informal and engaging style. Employing a design theory perspective and stressing a need for active experimentation, it views lithic artifacts as a solution to substantive problems and sociopolitical realities. An excellent lithics primer. Christopher J. Ellis, University of Western Ontaio
"In this excellent primer, Hayden uses his extensive background in ethnographic and experimental work to introduce students to stone tools and offers them a framework for how to think about with stone tool technology. I wish I could have written this book!" Robert L. Kelly, University of Wyoming
"The author draws on his lifelong experimentation with lithic materials, ethnographic investigations, and conversations with knappers and archaeologists in compiling this comprehensive primer. Using design theory as the theoretical fulcrum, Hayden provides practical, down-to-earth advice about how to tackle lithic assemblages." Deborah Olausson, Lund University