Posts Tagged: metaarchaeology

Is a scientific archaeology possible?

After having read Robert Dunnell’s (1992) paper in the book I wrote about in an earlier post I must write a word or two about the way I see archaeology as a science. Dunnell provides two explanations for contemporary archaeology’s

Is a scientific archaeology possible?

After having read Robert Dunnell’s (1992) paper in the book I wrote about in an earlier post I must write a word or two about the way I see archaeology as a science. Dunnell provides two explanations for contemporary archaeology’s

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),