Method & Theory

Industrial Archaeology
$40.00
This Handbook provides an informative and accessible guide to the industrial remains of the UK. It is essential reading for anyone with an interest in our industrial heritage, giving concise summaries of the history of different industries, together with descriptions of the structures and below-ground remains likely to be encountered.
Gardens in History

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Over the past 50 years, the subject of garden history has been firmly established as an academic discipline. While many have explored what was created in gardens throughout history, the reasons as to why they were created has naturally been more diverse.
Sharing Knowledge and Cultural Heritage
$40.00
Sharing Knowledge & Cultural Heritage (SK&CH), First Nations of the Americas, testifies to the growing commitment of museum professionals in the twenty-first century to share collections with the descendants of people and communities from whom the collections originated.
The Death of Archaeological Theory?

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The Death of Archaeological Theory? addresses the provocative subject of whether it is time to discount the burden of somewhat dogmatic theory and ideology that has defined archaeological debate and shaped archaeology over the last 25 years.
Ancient Trees in the Landscape

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Ancient Trees in the Landscape is the outcome of many years research into the history of trees in Norfolk, and represents the first detailed, published account of the ancient and traditionally managed trees of any English county. Yet it is far more than a regional survey. It is an exploration of how trees can be studied as part of the landscape.
Community Archaeology
$44.00
Community Archaeology is an assessment of the aims, results and validity of the broad spectrum of community archaeology initiatives taking place today.
This Land Our Water
$69.00
The book opens with a biography by Peter's wife, the Reverend Vicky Cullen, offering the reader an insight into Peter's personal life and the influences that inspired his passion and drive as an academic and water guru. The eulogy, by Kate Andrews, written in March 2008, provides another perspective on Peter's life.