The Archaeological Process: An Introduction
March 1999, ©1999, Wiley-Blackwell
Preface: Digging Outside the Shelter.
1. Crises in Global Archaeology.
2. Archaeology - Bridging Humanity and Science.
3. How do Archaeologists Reason?.
4. Interpreting Material Culture.
5. Towards a Reflexive Method.
6. The Natural Sciences in Archaeology.
7. Using the New Information Technologies.
8. Windows into Deep Time: Towards a Multiscalar Approach.
9. Archaeology and Globalism.
10. Can the New Technologies Deliver a Reflexive Methodology?.
11. Conclusion: Towards Non-dichotomous Thinking in Archaeology.
- The latest contribution to debates about archaeological theory by this leading figure in the field.
- Provides a provocative, yet accessible, overview of the most important new school of archaeological thought and practice to have emerged over last 20 years.
- Sets forth an innovative agenda for the future in which there is room for plural and diverse perspectives in seeking and interpreting material remains.