Posts Tagged: archaeological theory

Practice vs theory in archaeology – the archaeological record

Today I realized something important that may seem very trivial to others. Or, to be more exact, I found a good example of what I have always thought to be the case. I was reading chapter 2 of Gavin Lucas’

Practice vs theory in archaeology – the archaeological record

Today I realized something important that may seem very trivial to others. Or, to be more exact, I found a good example of what I have always thought to be the case. I was reading chapter 2 of Gavin Lucas’

Research plan for my doctoral thesis

This post may be of more interest to my Finnish speaking readers. This is the research plan for my doctoral thesis. If you don’t read Finnish, put it in Google Translate. It does a decent job, I checked. Johdanto Kun

Research plan for my doctoral thesis

This post may be of more interest to my Finnish speaking readers. This is the research plan for my doctoral thesis. If you don’t read Finnish, put it in Google Translate. It does a decent job, I checked. Johdanto Kun