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The Creation, Contestation and Transformation of Landscape

June 12, 2020


Since its inception as a scientific discipline archaeology has dealt with many challenging theoretical concepts. Among these the idea of landscape have seen significant debate from its earlier conception in processual archaeology. Today the study of landscape is accepted as an interdisciplinary field within archaeological research that brings together concepts and methods from a wide […]

Futures of the Past: Everyday Landscapes and the Archaeology of Anticipation

February 28, 2020


This part of my series of posts on conference presentations, that I have filmed. This is another one from the TAG conference: Session Info The aim of this session is to explore how people in past societies manipulated temporality in the landscapes that they created by asking how we can understand anticipatory actions. Studies that […]