Archaeology of Entanglement

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Archaeology of Entanglement
Author : Lindsay Der
File Size : 43,7 Mb
Publisher : Left Coast Press
Language : English
Release Date : 30 November 2022
ISBN : 9781629583761
Pages : 263 pages
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Archaeology of Entanglement by Lindsay Der Book PDF Summary

Entanglement theory posits that the interrelationship of humans and objects is a delimiting characteristic of human history and culture. Here, leading archaeological theorists apply this concept to a broad range of topics, including archaeological science, heritage and theory itself.

Archaeology of Entanglement

Entanglement theory posits that the interrelationship of humans and objects is a delimiting characteristic of human history and culture. Here, leading archaeological theorists apply this concept to a broad range of topics, including archaeological science, heritage and theory itself.

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