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A 2009 exploration of how the physicality of the material world shapes our thoughts, emotions, cosmological frameworks, social relations and our bodies. She draws on the work of thinkers, from Marx and Merleau-Ponty to Darwin, highlighting a wide selection of new studies in archaeology, cultural anthropology, history, cognitive science and evolutionary biology.

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'This book is a brave attempt to deal with the relationships between humans and things from the perspectives of natural scientists as well as of humanists and social scientists. It is indeed remarkable how the relationships between people and things are studied in distinct and separate traditions, and Boivin is to be congratulated for having the courage to take an inclusive view. She is right that many of those who discuss modern material culture … pay scant attention to things themselves and their material connections. … She challenges us towards a fuller integration of human and material sciences, of socio-cultural and evolutionary perspectives.' Journal of Anthropological Research

'The strengths of this book are its very accessible language, broad coverage, and many examples from case studies, including the author's ethnoarchaeological and geoarchaeological research in rural India. It is very appropriate for classroom adoption and would be appreciated by anyone wanting a comprehensive and thoroughly explained introduction to this complex subject.' American Anthropologist

'Nicole Boivin invites readers to rethink fundamental relationships between people and material culture. With indifference to disciplinary boundaries, her highly original synthesis … is refreshing and significant … [It] incisively discusses theoretical issues in accessible and graceful prose.' Technology and Culture

'Nicole Boivin's superb book explores the consequences of taking materiality seriously in our accounts of culture and mind. It is a timely contribution to the study of mind and artefacts in culture and society, and key reading for anyone interested in human development and human evolution.' Chris Sinha, University of Portsmouth

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Nicole Boivin is a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Archaeology and Jesus College, University of Oxford.

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