The tide reversed: propects and potentials for an historical archaeology of Europe


Johnson, Matthew (2006) The tide reversed: propects and potentials for an historical archaeology of Europe In, Hall, Martin and Silliman, Stephen (eds.) Historical Archaeology. Oxford, UK; Malden, MA, USA, Blackwell pp. 313-331. (Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology).

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Part I: Dimensions of Practice: 2. Environments of History: Biological Dimensions of Historical Archaeology: Stephen A. Mrozowski (University of Massachusetts, Boston) 3. Material Culture and Text: Exploring the Spaces Within and Between: Patricia Galloway (University of Texas, Austin) 4. The Place of Space: Architecture, Landscape, and Social Life: Elizabeth P. Pauls (Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa) 5. Critical Archaeology: Politics Past and Present: Matthew M. Palus (Columbia University), Mark P. Leone (University of Maryland, College Park), and Matthew D. Cochran (University College London)
Part II: Themes in Interpretation: 6. Engendered Archaeology: Women, Men, and Others: Barbara L. Voss (Stanford University) 7. Ideology and the Material Culture of Life and Death: Heather Burke (Flinders University) 8. Struggling with Labor, Working with Identities: Stephen W. Silliman (University of Massachusetts, Boston) 9. Exploring the Institution: Reform, Confinement, Social Change: Lu Ann De Cunzo (University of Delaware) 10. A Class All Its Own: Explorations of Class Formation and Conflict: LouAnn Wurst (SUNY, Brockport)
Part III: World Systems and Local Living 11. Conquistadors, Plantations, and Quilombo: Latin America in Historical Archaeological Context: Pedro Funari (DH/IFCH/Unicamp) 12. Gold, Black Ivory, and Houses of Stone: Historical Archaeology in Africa: Innocent Pikirayi (University of Pretoria) 13. Becoming American: Small Things Remembered: Diana DiPaolo Loren (Peabody Museum, Harvard University) and Mary C. Beaudry (Boston University) 14. Mission, Gold, Furs, and Manifest Destiny: Rethinking an Archaeology of Colonialism for Western North America: Kent G. Lightfoot (University of California, Berkeley) 15. Pacific Encounters, or Beyond the Islands of History: Jane Lydon (Monash University) 16. The Tide Reversed: Prospects and Potentials for a Postcolonial Archaeology of Europe: Matthew Johnson (University of Southampton)

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Date Deposited: 10 Jul 2006
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