List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on Contributors.
1. Prehistory in the Mediterranean: The Corrupting and Connecting Sea: A. Bernard Knapp and Emma Blake (University of Glasgow; University of Michigan).
2. Substances in Motion: Neolithic Mediterranean ‘Trade’: John E. Robb and R. Helen Farr (both University of Cambridge).
3. Agriculture, Pastoralism, and Mediterranean Landscapes in Prehistory: Graeme Barker (University of Cambridge).
4. Changing Social Relations in the Mediterranean Copper and Bronze Ages: Robert Chapman (University of Reading).
5. The Material Expression of Cult, Ritual, and Feasting: Emma Blake (University of Michigan).
6. The Gendered Sea: Iconography, Gender, and Mediterranean Prehistory: Lauren E. Talalay (University of Michigan).
7. The Genesis of Monuments among the Mediterranean Islands: Michael J. Kolb (Northern Illinois University).
8. Lithic Technologies and Use: Evagelia Karimali (Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Hellas, Greece).
9. Archaeometallurgy in the Mediterranean: The Social Context of Mining, Technology, and Trade: Vasiliki Kassianidou and A. Bernard Knapp (University of Cyprus; University of Glasgow).
10. Settlement in the Prehistoric Mediterranean: Luke Sollars (University of Glasgow).
11. Maritime Commerce and Geographies of Mobility in the Late Bronze Age of the Eastern Mediterranean: Problematizations: Sturt W. Manning and Linda Hulin (University of Toronto; University of Reading).
12. Museum Archaeology and the Mediterranean Cultural Heritage: Robin Skeates (University of Durham).