book reviews thorough review, it also will be impossible to evaluate the veracity of interpretations and data analysis that are yet to come. I sincerely look forward to seeing those additional volumes in print in the not too distant future. Australian Archaeologist: Collected Papers in Honour of Jim Allen. Edited by Atholl Anderson and Tim Murray. Centre for Archaeological Research and Department of Archaeology and Natural History, The Australian National University, with the Department of Archaeology, La Trobe University. Canberra: Coombs Academic Publishing, The Australian National University, 2000. 454 pp. ISBN 0-7315-52148. Reviewed by J. Stephen Athens, International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc., Honolulu, Hawai`i This is a nicely produced large format softcover book in which 32 papers are presented in honor of Jim Allen, Australian archaeologist. The Introduction section and first paper of the following Perspectives section consist of four papers with informal reminiscences and biographical accounts of the honoree mixed with a good measure of the history of Australian archaeology. They provide the context for the papers that follow. Not knowing Allen, I found these papers especially interesting for their recounting of how the career of a noted professional unfolded. While it is to be expected that
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