Contemporary and historical archaeology in theory: papers from the 2003 and 2004 CHAT conferences
These contributions to the 2003 and 2004 CHAT conferences explore the potential of archaeological studies of the recent and contemporary past from a range of perspectives. Included are studies that focus on a range of themes, and whilst diverse they are united by an awareness of archaeology as a contemporary practice, and of the radical potential for the extension of archaeological perspectives into the recent past and the contemporary world.
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an Archaeological Dose of Popular Culture
the Ethics of Public Presentation in Nautical Archaeology
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