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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 pp. 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.

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Published date: 2004
Venue - Dates: Archaeology of Industrializtion Conference, 1999-10-14 - 1999-10-16


Local EPrints ID: 44665
ISBN: 1904350011
PURE UUID: e5ce6e3e-040e-48de-b75f-56e63f7b1722

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Date deposited: 08 Mar 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:14

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Author: Roger H. Leech
Editor: David Barker
Editor: David Cranstone

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