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Author Hicks, Dan
Title Envisioning Landscape : Situations and Standpoints in Archaeology and Heritage
Imprint Walnut Creek : Taylor & Francis Group, 2007
©2007
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Descript 1 online resource (302 pages)
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Series One World Archaeology ; v.52
One World Archaeology
Note Intro -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction: Landscapes as Standpoints - Dan Hicks and Laura McAtackney -- 2. The Contemporary Politics of Landscape at the Long Kesh/Maze Prison Site, Northern Ireland - Laura McAtackney -- 3. Facing Many Ways: Approaches to the Archaeological Landscapes of the East African Coast - Sarah Croucher -- 4. Landscape Archaeology in Lower Manhattan: The Collect Pond as an Evolving Cultural Landmark in Early New York City - Rebecca Yamin and Joseph Schuldenrein -- 5. Cultural Landscapes, Communities and World Heritage: In Pursuit of the Local in the Tsodilo Hills, Botswana - Susan O. Keitumetse, Geoffrey Matlapeng andLeseka Monamo -- 6. Common Culture: The Archaeology of Landscape Character in Europe - Sam Turner and Graham Fairclough -- 7. Landscape Archaeology and 'Community Areas' in the Archaeology of Central Europe - Martin Kuna and Dagmar Dreslerov√° -- 8. Historical Archaeologies of Landscape in Atlantic Africa - Kenneth G. Kelly and Neil Norman -- 9. Landscape, Time, Topology: An Archaeological Account of the Southern Argolid Greece - Christopher L. Witmore -- 10. A Landscape of Ruins: Building Historic Annapolis - Christopher Matthews and Matthew Palus -- 11. Colonialism and Landscape: Power, Materiality and Scales of Analysis in Caribbean Historical Archaeology - Mark W. Hauser and Dan Hicks -- Index -- About the Contributors
The common feature of landscape archaeology is its diversity - of method, field location, disciplinary influences and contemporary voices. The contributors to this volume take advantage of these many strands to investigate landscape archaeology in its multiple forms, focusing primarily on the link to heritage, the impact on our understanding of temporality, and the situated theory that arises out of landscape studies. Using examples from New York to Northern Ireland, Africa to the Argolid, these pieces capture the human significance of material objects in support of a more comprehensive, nuanced archaeology
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Hicks, Dan Envisioning Landscape : Situations and Standpoints in Archaeology and Heritage Walnut Creek : Taylor & Francis Group,c2007 9781598742817
Subject Landscape archaeology -- Congresses.;Landscape assessment -- Congresses.;Urban archaeology -- Congresses.;Archaeology and history -- Congresses
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Alt Author McAtackney, Laura
Fairclough, Graham
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