Archaeologies of Memory
April 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
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“Memory is a locus of struggle over identity, authority, and power. This collection represents the first serious attempt in archaeology to examine this struggle. As such, it is a path-breaking volume that all archaeologists need to read and contemplate.” Randy McGuire, Binghamton University
“The distinguished editors, an anthropological archaeologist and a Classical Greek archaeologist, have gathered a formidable team to explore memorizations over a vast span of time, space, and cultures, from the Old World to the New, and from prehistory right up to the present.” Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge
"This is an excellent book which acheives what it sets out to do - to place memory more firmly on the research agenda of contemporary archaeology." Journal of Field Archaeology, Vol. 29, 2002-2004