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Time and Temporality: Twenty Years on From Time, Material Culture and Being – Ways of Thinking About Narrative

February 14, 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 A number of key publications in the 1990s addressed the theme of time in archaeology, including works by Tim Murray, Julian Thomas, and Tim Ingold. Specifically, the publication 20 years ago […]

Animal Timekeeping: From March Hares to Donkey’s Years

January 8, 2020


This is part of my series of videos on archaeological presentations at conferences – usually ones I have filmed. Today is an interesting session from the TAG conference Session Info: Animal time infiltrates many areas of modern life, from being awoken by a dawn chorus of birds, to mourning the shorter lifespans of many of […]

Materiality of Time: Phenomenology and its Place in Archaeology

January 3, 2020


Every Friday and Wednesday I publish an post on conference presentations I have videoed. Today’s is from the TAG conference: Session Info: In the past two decades, phenomenology has enjoyed its use within archaeological theory. This vein of inquiry saw its most fruitful deployment within the archaeology of Neolithic Britain during the mid to late […]

Technology and Archaeology: A Difference of time

August 24, 2011


For my research I have been looking at the various agent based modeling software programs available. There are quite a few out there, I have looked at around 80 so far, and I am having  filter my list down. One of the criteria for filtering is if the model or website has been updated in […]