Review of Laura McAtackney and Krysta Ryzewski (eds) Contemporary Archaeology and the City: Creativity, ruination and political action
It has been more than 15 years since Victor Buchli and Gavin Lucas published Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past (2001), a seminal volume that took up where the Archae-ologies of Us (Gould and Schiffer 1981) left off, ostensibly kick-starting a field of research concerned with the archaeological study of the recent or ‘contemporary past’. Since that time several texts (Frederick and Clarke 2016; Holtorf and Piccini 2009; Harrison and Schofield 2009, 2010; Graves-Brown et al. 2013) have aimed...[Show more]
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