The historiography of archaeology: exploring theory, contingency and rationality
From the 1990s onwards the history of archaeology has been enjoying something of a vogue. The publication of the five-volume Encyclopedia of the History of Archaeology (Murray 1999, 2001) has greatly expanded our store of biographies and national histories, the Bulletin of the History of Archaeology has provided a much needed forum for research, as has the History of Archaeology Research Network (HARN), and the Archives of European Archaeology project has re-focused our attention on how...[Show more]
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