Peerage for archaeologist

22nd May 2014

Chris Chippindale


Colin Renfrew is coming to Australia in late 1992 to give the second in the series of Mulvaney Lectures, following the first in this new series of distinguished lecturers,  Desmond Clark on the significance of hunter-gatherer  societies for human evolution. The Editors of AA asked me, as a colleague of Renfrew at Cambridge University, to write a few words about him.

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

Chippindale, C.
Peerage for archaeologist
June 1992
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