Social Transformations in Archaeology: Global and Local Perspectives

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 24, 1998 - Social Science - 448 pages
Social Transformations in Archaeology explores the relevance of archaeology to the study of long-term change and to the understanding of our contemporary world. The articles are divided into:
* broader theoretical issues
* post-colonial issues in a wide range of contexts
* archaeological examination of colonialism with case studies from the Mediterranean in the first millenium BC and historical Africa.

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About the author (1998)

Kristian Kristiansen is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Gothenburg, Denmark and was previously Director of the Danish Archaeological Heritage Administration in the Ministry of the Environment. He has written widely on theoretical archaeology and the archaeology of Northern Europe. Michael Rowlands is professor of Anthropology at University College London, UK. He is a leading figure in the development of theoretical archaeology.

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