Environment and Landscape

Authors: Gillings, M.

Editors: Gardiner, A., Lake, M. and Sommer, U.

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199567942

DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199567942.001.0001


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Archaeological theory is a fluid and fractured field that is an arena of lively debate. This Handbook will guide students and practitioners through this field in a novel way, connecting ideas in different schools of thought through the key problems upon which they focus. Major themes are tackled in review papers by experts in those areas, while the schools of thought that archaeologists frequently draw upon are also given extended treatment by specialists in neighbouring fields. Another innovative aspect of this Handbook is the attention given to archaeological theory outside of the Anglo-American debate which has tended to dominate publications on the subject.

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