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Contemporary Archaeologies (Ucl Institute of Archaeology Publications)

Cornelius Holtorf

Contemporary Archaeologies (Ucl Institute of Archaeology Publications)

by Cornelius Holtorf

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Left Coast Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeological methodology & techniques,
  • Archaeological theory,
  • Popular culture,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Archaeology,
  • Social Science / Archaeology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8899967M
    ISBN 101598742426
    ISBN 109781598742428
    OCLC/WorldCa171553423

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Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past turns what is usually seen as a method for investigating the distant past onto the present.

In doing so, it reveals fresh ways of looking both at ourselves and modern society as well as the discipline of archaeology.

Contemporary archaeologies marry archaeology in the modern world with the archaeology of the modern world. Their strengths lie in a stimulating mix of interdisciplinary practices across academic, public-sector and professional contexts.

This book brings together a wide variety of original case-studies, from contemporary theme parks to the bases Format: Paperback. Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest (Proceedings of SW Symposium) [William Walker, Kathryn R. Venzor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Organized by the theme of place and place-making in the Southwest, Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest emphasizes the method and theory for the study of radical changes in religion. Contemporary archaeology is a field of archaeological research that focuses on the most recent (20th and 21st century) past, and also increasingly explores the application of archaeological thinking to the contemporary world.

It has also been referred to as the archaeology of the 'contemporary past'. The use of this term in the United Kingdom is particularly associated with.

Contemporary Archaeologies by Cornelius Holtorf,available at Book Depository Contemporary Archaeologies book free delivery worldwide. Buy This Book in Print summary Organized by the theme of place and place-making in the Southwest, Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest emphasizes the method and theory for the study of radical changes in religion, settlement patterns, and material culture associated with population migration, colonialism, and climate change during the Cited by: 5.

Book Description: Organized by the theme of place and place-making in the Southwest, Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest emphasizes the method and theory for the study of radical changes in religion, settlement patterns, and material culture associated with population migration, colonialism, and climate change during the last 1, years.

Get this from a library. Contemporary archaeologies: excavating now. [Cornelius Holtorf; Angela Piccini;] -- "This book is about the archaeology of the present and the very recent past.

Archaeology's repertoire of questions, procedures, methodologies and terminologies, its material manifestations (protected. Organized by the theme of place and place-making in the Southwest, Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest emphasizes the method and theory for the study of radical changes in religion, settlement patterns, and material culture associated with population migration, colonialism, and climate change during the last 1, years.

Chapters address Brand: University Press of Colorado. The Journal of Contemporary Archaeology is the first dedicated, international, peer-reviewed journal to explore archaeology’s specific contribution to understanding the present and recent past.

It is concerned both with archaeologies of the contemporary world, defined temporally as belonging to the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Great post, Paul.

In many ways, viewing historical archaeology through a lens of contemporary materiality forces us to start asking questions about how are research is relevant to contemporary society: community engaged research with descendant communities is an obvious way to do this, as the value of the research is inherent in its value to the living community.

Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past turns what is usually seen as a method for investigating the distant past onto the present. In doing so, it reveals fresh ways of looking both at ourselves and modern society as well as the discipline of archaeology.

This volume represents the most recent research in this area and examines a variety of contexts including: * Art Deco * landfills. The second edition of Contemporary Archaeology in Theory: The New Pragmatism, has been thoroughly updated and revised, and features top scholars who redefine the theoretical and political agendas of the field, and challenge the usual distinctions between time, space, processes, and people.

Defines the relevance of archaeology and the social sciences more. This year I was happy to attend the Society for Historical Archaeology's annual conference in Washington D.C., having been invited to give a paper at a session called 'Historical and Contemporary Archaeologies of the City: opportunities and challenges', organised by two of Historical Archaeology's brilliant voices, Krysta Ryzewski and Laura.

She has been involved in excavations in Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras. Her research focuses on the implications that spaces, settlement patterns, and gender can have on social organization.

Bernard Knapp is the editor of Archaeologies of Landscape: Contemporary Perspectives, published by Wiley/5(12). Organized by the theme of place and place-making in the Southwest, Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest emphasizes the method and theory for the study of radical changes in religion, settlement patterns, and material culture associated with population migration, colonialism, and climate change during the last 1, years.

Chapters address place-making. Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past turns what is usually seen as a method for investigating the distant past onto the present. In doing so, it reveals fresh ways of looking both at ourselves and modern society as well as the discipline of by: This interdisciplinary book brings together scholars who demonstrate the potential of research into waste for understanding humans, non-humans and their inter-relations.

In 12 chapters the authors cover topics ranging from the relationship between waste and identity in early agricultural settlements to the perception of contemporary nuclear waste.

Contemporary Archaeologies: Excavating Now by Cornelius Holtorf and Angela Piccini (Editors) Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, pp, 50 illustrations, paperback, index. Reviewed by Marina La Salle If the~e's one word that could neatly sum up this book, it'd be: 'unconventional.' But this volume cannot be so easily.

introduction to conteMPorary archaeologies of the southwest 9 Smith, Adam The Political Landscape: Constellations of Authority in Early Complex -versity of California Press, Berkeley. Tilley, Christopher A Phenomenology of Landscape: Places, Paths,by: 5.

This series of books will generate new and deeper explorations of these relationships, creating and promoting archaeologies of the contemporary world through a range of formats (single-authored works, edited collections, Research Focus outputs) encouraging diversity of approach towards new interdisciplinary encounters with our supposedly.Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past turns what’s typically seen as a approach for investigating the distant earlier onto the present.

In doing so, it reveals current strategies of wanting every at ourselves and stylish society along with the self-self-discipline of archaeology.An Archaeology of the Contemporary Era approaches the contemporary age, between the late nineteenth and twenty-first centuries, as an archaeological period defined by specific material processes.

It reflects on the theory and practice of the archaeology of the contemporary past from epistemological, political, ethical and aesthetic viewpoints, and characterises the present .