Posts Tagged: books

‘Archaeology: The Discipline of Things’ and other new books

A couple of interesting new books have recently come out, Gavin Lucas’ Understanding the Archaeological Record, and Archaeology: The Discipline of Things by Bjørnar Olsen, Michael Shanks, Timothy Webmoor, and Christopher Witmore (eds.). These both, especially Olsen et al., concentrate particularly

‘Archaeology: The Discipline of Things’ and other new books

A couple of interesting new books have recently come out, Gavin Lucas’ Understanding the Archaeological Record, and Archaeology: The Discipline of Things by Bjørnar Olsen, Michael Shanks, Timothy Webmoor, and Christopher Witmore (eds.). These both, especially Olsen et al., concentrate particularly

Metaarchaeology

I found an interesting book the other day. Since I’m interested in archaeological theory and the connections of archaeology and philosophy (and semiotics), and am preparing my master’s thesis on a theoretical subject (that is still unclear even to myself),

Metaarchaeology

I found an interesting book the other day. Since I’m interested in archaeological theory and the connections of archaeology and philosophy (and semiotics), and am preparing my master’s thesis on a theoretical subject (that is still unclear even to myself),