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Archaeologies of rules and regulation: between text and practice

Archaeologies of rules and regulation: between text and practice
Archaeologies of rules and regulation: between text and practice

How can we study the impact of rules on the lives of past people using archaeological evidence? To answer this question, Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation presents case studies drawn from across Europe and the United States. Covering areas as diverse as the use of space in a nineteenth-century U.S. Army camp, the deposition of waste in medieval towns, the experiences of Swedish migrants to North America, the relationship between people and animals in Anglo-Saxon England, these case studies explore the use of archaeological evidence in understanding the relationship between rules, lived experience, and social identity.

Berghahn Books
Hausmair, Barbara
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Jervis, Ben
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Williams, Eleanor
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Hausmair, Barbara, Jervis, Ben, Nugent, Ruth and Williams, Eleanor (eds.) (2018) Archaeologies of rules and regulation: between text and practice , Oxford. Berghahn Books, 356pp.

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How can we study the impact of rules on the lives of past people using archaeological evidence? To answer this question, Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation presents case studies drawn from across Europe and the United States. Covering areas as diverse as the use of space in a nineteenth-century U.S. Army camp, the deposition of waste in medieval towns, the experiences of Swedish migrants to North America, the relationship between people and animals in Anglo-Saxon England, these case studies explore the use of archaeological evidence in understanding the relationship between rules, lived experience, and social identity.

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Published date: 1 January 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 424726
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/424726
PURE UUID: d71fd9cb-9d41-4153-a539-71119732e24a

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Last modified: 05 Oct 2018 11:41

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Editor: Barbara Hausmair
Editor: Ben Jervis
Editor: Ruth Nugent
Editor: Eleanor Williams

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