Method & Theory

Embodied Knowledge

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The body is the main forum for learning about how to do, think and believe and it is a starting point for the granting and forming of many forms of meaning. These 14 papers explore the relationship between knowledge and the body through a series of historical and archaeological case studies.
Perfect Bodies
By presenting rigorous situated histories of changing training regimen in different cultures, this collection of papers collectively challenge orthodox notions of the perfect body and its pursuit. The introductory essay by the editor compares and contrasts the different methods and ideals.
Gardens in History
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.
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.
The Archaeology of Politics and Power
Archaeology is not just about the past, but the present and future too. Much of our present condition and future prospects are inevitably bound up with what states do and what they fail to do. To understand the inner-workings and motivations of states one must understand how and why they came into existence in the first place.

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