Agricultural emergence and transformation in the Upper Wahgi Valley, Papua New Guinea during the Holocene: theory, method and practice
A practice-based method is advanced to understand the emergence and transformation of agricultural practices in the Upper Wahgi valley during the Holocene. Conceptually, practices represent the nexus of human-environment interactions, as well as of structure-agency relationships, while methodologically, they are the visible remains - whether encountered directly through archaeology, or inferred through palaeoenvironmental proxy - of people living in the past. Multidisciplinary information from...[Show more]
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