Posts Tagged: Hodder

Entangled

In case anyone is interested, my review of Ian Hodder’s Entangled: An Archaeology of the Relationships between Humans and Things, published in the Norwegian Archaeological Review, is now available online. Advertisements

Entangled

In case anyone is interested, my review of Ian Hodder’s Entangled: An Archaeology of the Relationships between Humans and Things, published in the Norwegian Archaeological Review, is now available online.

‘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

Material culture as texts

According to Ian Hodder (1989) material culture texts are different from written text in three aspects. In written texts, the words are always largely arbitrary, since they are written in specific social contexts. This is called the arbitrariness principle. The

Material culture as texts

According to Ian Hodder (1989) material culture texts are different from written text in three aspects. In written texts, the words are always largely arbitrary, since they are written in specific social contexts. This is called the arbitrariness principle. The