Special Issue: Digital Zooarchaeology
Zooarchaeologists are increasingly employing novel digital technologies in their research into the archaeological history of the human use of animals. This special issue of Ethnobiology Letters highlights a series of new technological approaches that expand the capacity for addressing outstanding research questions and chart new courses for interpretation beyond conventional analyses. This collection of articles build upon papers presented during a symposium at the International Council of Archaeozoology Conference held in San Rafael, Mendoza Province, Argentina in September 2014.
Guest Editors: Iain McKechnie, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, and Steve Wolverton
Co-editors: John M. Marston and James R. Welch
Book Review Editor: Felice S. Wyndham
Production Editor: Jonathan Dombrosky
Editorial Assistant: Andrew D. Gillreath-Brown
Cover Image: Participants in the Central and Western Anatolia Neolithic Working Group, who collaborated to integrate and analyze multiple faunal datasets from archaeological sites in Turkey (see Kansa, this issue)