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The archaeological imagination

Archaeology is a way of acting and thinking - about what is left of the past, about temporality of humans and their material lives, about the processes of order and entropy, and about processes of creating, consuming and discarding at the heart of human experience. This title offers a window on this imaginative world of past and present.
Print Book, English, ©2012
Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, Calif., ©2012
166 p. : 1 carte
9781598743616, 9781598743623, 9781611327847, 1598743619, 1598743627, 1611327849
We are all Archaeologists Now
Debateable Lands
A Northern Stage
Relics and Witnesses
Durat Opus Vatum
The Antiquary
Roman Boots
Itinerary and Natural History
The Living and the Dead
Media, Representation, and Mise-en-Scène
Topology and Time
Collectors and Conservators
An Archaeological Narratology
The Archaeological Imagination