Investigating Upper Mesopotamian Households Using Micro-Archaeological Techniques. BAR International Series, No. S1368. Oxford: Archaeopress (2005).
This book presents the results from a study of domestic life at two urban sites in Upper Mesopotamia: Titris Hoyuk and Kazane Hoyuk. Rainville integrated archaeological and geological techniques to develop a method she refers to as “micro-archaeology” or “micro-debris analysis.” She provides instructions on how to take and analyze micro-debris samples and uses 370 of these samples to test models of domestic economy, family structure, and residential organization in two Early Bronze Age communities.
The book is available on Amazon (for an absurd amount of money) or from the author (for $35, plus S&H).