Archaeological Theory and Scientific Practice
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BeschreibungConsiders the divide between 'scientific' and 'theoretical' archaeology, and suggests that they are not necessarily conflicting.
Inhaltsverzeichnis1. The archaeology of 'two cultures'; 2. Science as culture: creating interpretative networks; 3. Archaeology observed; 4. Materials, science and material culture: practice and narrative; 5. Material culture and materials science: a biography of things; 6. A biography of ceramics in Neolithic Orkney; 7. Making people and things in the Neolithic: pots, food and history; 8. Before and after science.
PortraitAndrew Jones is a Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge University. He has worked extensively on British prehistory (especially the Neolithic and Bronze Age). Among his many research interests are the history of representation in archaeology, the role of art and memory in archaeological research, and the archaeology of animals and food. He has contributed to a number of journals and edited volumes. This is his first book.
Pressestimmen' ... this book persuasively achieves its aims and certainly deserves a wide audience.' Archaeological Journal
Untertitel: 'Topics in Contemporary Archaeo'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2001
Seitenanzahl: 206 Seiten