Posts Tagged: materiality

Things in Action – Interpreting the Meanings of Things in Archaeology

The proceedings of the XII Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group Meeting held in Oulu, Finland, two years ago is now out. My contribution can be found by following this link. Advertisements

Things in Action – Interpreting the Meanings of Things in Archaeology

The proceedings of the XII Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group Meeting held in Oulu, Finland, two years ago is now out. My contribution can be found by following this link.

Old things

A little over a year ago I wrote about film photography on my photography blog (here). I made three points why film is the photographic medium I (still) prefer: While it does take some technical skills to fiddle with film,

Old things

A little over a year ago I wrote about film photography on my photography blog (here). I made three points why film is the photographic medium I (still) prefer: While it does take some technical skills to fiddle with film,

XII Nordic TAG

The next NTAG (Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group) meeting will be held in Oulu on April 25.-28. this year. I just heard that my paper proposal has been accepted. Here is the abstract of my paper. It will be presented at

XII Nordic TAG

The next NTAG (Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group) meeting will be held in Oulu on April 25.-28. this year. I just heard that my paper proposal has been accepted. Here is the abstract of my paper. It will be presented at

Symmetrical archaeology and past meaning-making practices

Today there is a new field of archaeology emerging, called symmetrical archaeology (Olsen 2003: 88), which can be seen as a pragmatistic archaeology, where the material is again taken into account and the emphasis of study is not that much

Symmetrical archaeology and past meaning-making practices

Today there is a new field of archaeology emerging, called symmetrical archaeology (Olsen 2003: 88), which can be seen as a pragmatistic archaeology, where the material is again taken into account and the emphasis of study is not that much

Human remains as quasi-objects

I want to share an excerpt from a paper that is going to be published in the forthcoming Kontaktstencil (a publication for the “Faellesnordisk Råd för Arkaeologistuderende” held every other year around the Nordic Countries). In the article I discuss

Human remains as quasi-objects

I want to share an excerpt from a paper that is going to be published in the forthcoming Kontaktstencil (a publication for the “Faellesnordisk Råd för Arkaeologistuderende” held every other year around the Nordic Countries). In the article I discuss