Envisioning Landscape: Situations and Standpoints in Archaeology and Heritage

Envisioning Landscape Situations and Standpoints in Archaeology and Heritage The common feature of landscape archaeology is its diversity of method field location disciplinary influences and contemporary voices The contributors to this volume take advantage of these many str

Envisioning Landscape Situations and Standpoints in A primary characteristic of landscape archeology is the diversity of its regional traditions, which reveals a range of methods and field locations. ENVISIONING LANDSCAPE SITUATIONS AND Envisioning Landscape Situations and Standpoints in Archaeology and Heritage Dan Hicks, Lecturer Curator in Archaeology of the Modern Period Dan Hicks, Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow School of Social Justice Laura McAtackney, Laura McAtackney, Graham Fairclough Limited preview Envisioning Landscape Situations and Standpoints in The contributors to this volume take advantage of these many strands to investigate landscape archaeology in its multiple forms, focusing primarily on the link to heritage, the impact on our understanding of temporality, and the situated theory that arises out of landscape studies. Envisioning Landscape situations and standpoints in Academia is a platform for academics to share research papers. Envisioning Landscape Situations and Standpoints in Oct , The common feature of landscape archaeology is its diversity of method, field location, disciplinary influences and contemporary voices The contributors to this volume take advantage of these many strands to investigate landscape archaeology in its multiple forms, focusing primarily on the link Envisioning Landscape Situations and Standpoints in Envisioning Landscape offers a range of perspectives that can feed into thinking through the process of doing archaeology and that cause us to rethink those categories of site, of object, and of landscape that we habitually apply. Envisioning landscape situations and standpoints in A primary characteristic of landscape archeology is the diversity of its regional traditions, which reveals a range of methods, field locations, disciplinary influences and contemporary voices. Envisioning landscape situations and standpoints in Envisioning landscape situations and standpoints in archaeology and heritage edited by Dan Hicks, Laura McAtackney and Graham Fairclough.

  • Title: Envisioning Landscape: Situations and Standpoints in Archaeology and Heritage
  • Author: Dan Hicks Graham Fairclough Laura McAtackney
  • ISBN: 9781598742824
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • The common feature of landscape archaeology is its diversity of method, field location, disciplinary influences and contemporary voices The contributors to this volume take advantage of these many strands to investigate landscape archaeology in its multiple forms, focusing primarily on the link to heritage, the impact on our understanding of temporality, and the situateThe common feature of landscape archaeology is its diversity of method, field location, disciplinary influences and contemporary voices The contributors to this volume take advantage of these many strands to investigate landscape archaeology in its multiple forms, focusing primarily on the link to heritage, the impact on our understanding of temporality, and the situated theory that arises out of landscape studies Using examples from New York to Northern Ireland, Africa to the Argolid, these pieces capture the human significance of material objects in support of a comprehensive, nuanced archaeology.

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