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Theory in Archaeology
A World Perspectiveav Peter J Ucko1369
Theory in Archaeology tackles important questions about the diversity in archaeological theory and practice which face the discipline in the 1990s. What is the relationship between theory and practice? How does `World' archaeological theory differ from `European'? Can one be a good practitioner without theory? This unique book brings together contributors from many different countries and continents to provide the first truly global perspective on archaeological theory. They examine the nature of material culture studies and look at problems of ethnicity, regionalism, and nationality. They consider, too, another fundamental of archaeological inquiry: can our research be objective, or must `the past' always be a relativistic construction? Theory in Archaeology is an important book whose authors bring together very different perceptions of the past. Its wide scope and interest will attract an international readership among students and academics alike.
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(list of contributing authors): Bassey Andah, University of Ibadan, Nigeria; Anick Coudart, Institut d'Art et d'Archeologie, Paris; Pavel M Dolukhanov, University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Christopher Evans, University of Cambridge; Pedro Paulo A Funari, Universidade de Campinas, Sao Paulo; Martin Hall, University of Cape Town, South Africa; Heinrich Haerke, University of Reading; Susana Oliveira Jorge and Vitor Jorge, Universdidade do Porto, Portugal; John Kinahan, State Museum, Windhoek, Namimbia; Quentin Mackie, University of Southampton; Stephanie Moser, University of Sydney; Laurent Olivier, University of Cambridge; K Paddayya, Deccan College, Poona, India; Gustavo Politis, Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina; Daud Aris Tanudirjo, Universitas Gadjahmada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Julian Thomas, University of Southampton; Hiroshi Tsude, Osaka University, Japan; Peter J Ucko, Institure of Archaeology, University of London; Peter C Woodman, University College, Cork