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Archaeology Beyond Dialogue

Archaeology Beyond Dialogue

by Ian Hodder
     
 

ISBN-10: 0874807794

ISBN-13: 9780874807790

Pub. Date: 03/28/2004

Publisher: University of Utah Press

Grounding his thesis in Neolithic sites in Europe and Turkey, Hodder (cultural and social anthropology, Stanford U.) explains the discipline's growing shift from internal debates to more diverse methodologies, ethical concerns, and dialogue with local stakeholders. E.g, illustrations show locals contributing to interpretation discussions. Some content appeared

Overview

Grounding his thesis in Neolithic sites in Europe and Turkey, Hodder (cultural and social anthropology, Stanford U.) explains the discipline's growing shift from internal debates to more diverse methodologies, ethical concerns, and dialogue with local stakeholders. E.g, illustrations show locals contributing to interpretation discussions. Some content appeared previously in scholarly journals and books. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780874807790
Publisher:
University of Utah Press
Publication date:
03/28/2004
Series:
Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry Series
Pages:
206
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

1. Dialogical Archaeology and its Implications

I. The Globalization of Archaeology
2. The Past as Passion and Play: Çatalhöyük as a Site of Conflict in the Construction of Multiple Pasts
3. Who to Listen To? Integrating Many Voices in an Archaeological Project

II. The Impact on Method—Interpretation at the Trowel's Edge
4. "Always Momentary, Fluid and Flexible": Toward a Reflexive Excavation Methodology
5. Whose Rationality?
6. Archaeological Practice as Intellectual Activity
7. Social Practice, Method, and Some Problems of Field Archaeology (with Åsa Berggren)

III. The Impact of Theory
8. The "Social" in Archaeological Theory: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective
9. Agency and Individuals in Long-term Processes
10. An Archaeology of the Four-Field Approach in Anthropology in the United States

IV. Dialogue and Engagement with Prehistory
11. The Domus: Some Problems Reconsidered
12. The Wet and the Dry: Interpretive Archaeology in the Wetlands
13. British Prehistory: Some Thoughts Looking In
14. Daily Practice and Social Memory at Çatalhöyük (with Craig Cessford)
15. The Lady and the Seed: Some Thoughts on the Role of Agriculture in the "Neolithic Revolution"

Conclusion
16. Setting Ethical Research Agendas at Archaeological Sites: The Attempt at Çatalhöyük

References Cited
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Index

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