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Human geography and archaeology: Strange bedfellows?

Hill, Lisa J

Progress in Human Geography, August 2015, Vol.39(4), pp.412-431 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Human geography and archaeology: Strange bedfellows?
  • Autor: Hill, Lisa J
  • Assuntos: Archaeology ; Human Geography ; Matter ; Non-Representational Theory ; Time ; Anthropology ; Geography
  • É parte de: Progress in Human Geography, August 2015, Vol.39(4), pp.412-431
  • Descrição: This essay explores the scope for greater engagement between human geographers and archaeologists, by taking a first step towards identifying convergences in theoretical development and possible topics for dialogue. Focusing on cultural geography and contemporary archaeology, I examine the changing role of matter and time within the field of archaeology. In doing so, I reflect on the opportunities for dialogue that are opened up as archaeologists rethink a series of ideas that have for many years remained fundamental to archaeological endeavour.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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