- The Faces of Otzi: Imagining the Dead
- Bourgeois Brew: The Landscapes of Craft Brewing
- Consuming Marginality: An Archaeology of Hipster Materiality
- Race and Suburban Homogeneity: The Flanner House Homes and Post-Urban African America
- Sympathy for the Cannibal: Archaeology, Emotion, and Cannibalism
- Abandoned Faith: The Aesthetics of Religious Ruins
- Commodifying Conception: The Material Culture of Sperm Banks
- Copyrighting the Dream: Selling Martin Luther King, Jr.
- The Beautiful Past: Televising History
- Toy Narratives: Childhood and Global Consumption
- Detritus as Muse: Trash and the Failure of the New
- Consuming Geeks: Subculture and the Marketing of Doctor Who
- The Material Symbolism of Rats and Homelessness
- Controlling the Cosmos: Collecting Meteorites
- Media Theatre, Imagination, and the Archaeology of Richard III
- RT @uniofleicester: First academic paper on the Discovery of Richard III published www2.le.ac.uk/news/blog/2013… 5 hours ago
- RT @lancearmstrong: Knowing I have 0 cred on the doping issue - I still can't help but think, "really Di Luca? Are you that fucking stupid?… 5 hours ago
- @RichardMcCoy let the record show the #Pacers were up by five when McCoy unleashed bad karma 1 day ago
I am a historical archaeologist who studies consumer culture, focusing on material consumption and the color line and the relationship between popular culture and materiality in the contemporary world. I am Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI); President of the Society for Historical Archaeology (2012-2013); Fulbright Scholar at University of Oulu (Finland) in Fall 2012; and a cycling geek.
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Archaeology and Material Culture by Paul R. Mullins is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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