Layers of meaning: concealment, containment, memory and secrecy in the British Early Bronze Age
Jones, Andrew M. (2010) Layers of meaning: concealment, containment, memory and secrecy in the British Early Bronze Age. In, Boric, Dusan (ed.) Archaeology and Memory. Oxford, GB, Oxbow, 105-120.
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Archaeology and Memory seeks to examine the diversity of mnemonic systems and their significance in different past contexts as well as the epistemological and ontological importance of archaeological practice and narratives in constituting the human historical condition. The twelve substantial contributions in this volume cover a diverse set of regional examples and focus on a range of prehistoric and classical case studies in Eurasian regional contexts as well as on the predicaments of memory in examples of the archaeologies of 'contemporary past'. From the Mesolithic and Neolithic burial chambers to the trenches of World War I and the role of materiality in international criminal courts, a number of contributors examine how people in the past have thought about their own pasts, while others reflect on our own present-day sensibilities in dealing with the material testimonies of recent history. Both kinds of papers offer wider theoretical reflections on materiality, archaeological methodologies and the ethical responsibilities of archaeological narration about the past
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Subjects:||C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology|
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Humanities > Archaeology
|Date Deposited:||19 May 2010 14:18|
|Last Modified:||27 Mar 2014 19:12|
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