The Atlantic World and Industrialization: Contexts for the Structures of Everyday Life in Early Modern Bristol
Leech, Roger H. (2004) The Atlantic World and Industrialization: Contexts for the Structures of Everyday Life in Early Modern Bristol. In, Barker, David and Cranstone, David (eds.) The Archaeology of Industrialization. Archaeology of Industrializtion Conference Leeds, UK, Maney, 155-164. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 2).
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The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph No. 2
Proceedings of the joint conference of the Association of Industrial Archaeology and of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.
'Industrial' and 'post-medieval' archaeology have traditionally been seen as two separate disciplines, with different roots and very different intellectual interests, thus separating production from consumption and leaving the study of non-industrial aspects of 19th and 20th century society in a disciplinary no-man's land.
This volume, emanating from a joint conference of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology and the Association for Industrial Archaeology held in Bristol in 1999, aims to break down the barriers, both cultural and chronological, between the two disciplines. Twenty-three papers from Britain and western Europe address the relationships between production and consumption, the contribution of archaeology to a period so rich in historical sources, the nature of historical archaeology, and the role both of industrialisation itself and of its material record in the development of our own society.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Subjects:||C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology|
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Humanities > Archaeology
|Date Deposited:||08 Mar 2007|
|Last Modified:||27 Mar 2014 18:29|
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