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Archaeological representation: the visual Conventions for constructing knowledge about the past

Moser, Stephanie (2001) Archaeological representation: the visual Conventions for constructing knowledge about the past In, Hodder, Ian (eds.) Archaeological Theory Today. Cambridge, UK, Polity Press pp. 262-283.

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Chapter 1: Introduction: A Review Of Contemporary Theoretical Debates In Archaeology Ian Hodder Chapter 2: Behavioral Archaeology: Towards A New Synthesis Vincent Michael LaMotta and Michael Brian Schiffer Chapter 3: Evolutionary Archaeology Robert Leonard Chapter 4: Archaeological Theory and Theories Of Cognitive Evolution, Steven Mithen Chapter 5: Symbol Before Concept: Material Engagement and The Early Development Of Society Colin Renfrew Chapter 6: Agency, The Duality Of Structure and The Problem Of The Archaeological Record John Barrett Chapter 7: Archaeologies Of Place and Landscape Julian Thomas Chapter 8: Archaeologies Of Identity Lynn Meskell Chapter 9: American Material Culture In Mind, Thought And Deed Anne Yentsch and Mary Beaudry Chapter 10: Post-Colonial Archaeology: Issues Of Culture, Identity And Knowledge Chris Gosden Chapter 11: Archaeological Representation: The Visual Conventions For Constructing Knowledge About The Past Stephanie Moser Chapter 12: Culture Archaeology: The Dispersion Of A Discipline and Its Objects Mike Shanks

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Published date: 2001


Local EPrints ID: 41067
ISBN: 0745622690
PURE UUID: bbeccde7-56d9-4a4d-a7df-35781130106b

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Date deposited: 14 Jul 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:32

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Author: Stephanie Moser
Editor: Ian Hodder

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