Making Archaeology Happen : Design versus DogmaMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Walnut Creek : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (186 p.).ISBN: 9781611320268.Subject(s): Antiquities | Archaeologists | Archaeology -- Methodology | Archaeology -- Philosophy | Archaeology -- Social aspects | Excavations (Archaeology)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Making Archaeology Happen : Design versus DogmaDDC classification: 930.1 LOC classification: CC72 -- .C375 2011ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents -- List of -- Preface -- Chapter 1: A Visit to the Ancestors -- Chapter 2: Mega, Macro, Micro, Nano: Dialogues with Terrain -- Chapter 3: On the Streets: Archaeologists and Society -- Chapter 4: Design on Tour -- Chapter 5: From Procurement to Product: A Road Map -- Chapter 6: Making Archaeology Happen -- References -- Index -- About the Author
âArchaeology is for peopleâ is the theme of this book. Split between the academic and commercial sectors, archaeological investigation is also deeply embedded in the needs of local communities, making it simultaneously an art, science and social science. Such a multi-disciplinary discipline needs special methods and creative freedom, not repetitive responses. Carver argues that commercial procedures and academic theory are both suffocating creativity in fieldwork. Heâd like to see us bring much more diversity and technical ingenuity to every opportunity, and maintains this is more a
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