Archeological Method & Theory
We’re taking it all the way back for our final days of our Oxbow Advent, as it’s all about Method & Theory books today!
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Far from Equilibrium: An archaeology of energy, life and humanity
A response to the archaeology of John C. Barrett
Michael J. Boyd, Roger C. P. Doonan
A critical examination and exploration of recent developments in theoretical and practical archaeology inspired by and challenging the approaches of John Barrett.
The Sacred Body
Materializing the Divine through Human Remains in Antiquity
Investigates regional roles of body parts in mortuary rituals and as relics, empasising the central role of the corpse in the negotiation of human death.
Thinking Through Images
Narrative, rhythm, embodiment and landscape in the Nordic Bronze Age
Chris Tilley provides a general self-reflexive review and critical analysis of Scandinavian rock art, offering a novel alternative theoretical perspective stressing the significance of visual narrative structure and rhythm.
A History of its Relationship with Archaeology and Esotericism
A fascinating account of the development of archaeoastronomy, its impact on archaeological interpretation and its future potential for revealing human relationships with skyscapes in the past.
Values and Revaluations
The Transformation and Genesis of 'Values in Things' from Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives
Hans Peter Hahn, Anja Klöckner, Dirk Wicke
New theoretical and methodological approaches on the subject of how objects are valued and the relationship between material value and social and cultural factors.