Assemblage Thought and Archaeology



Assemblage Thought and Archaeology From examinations of prehistoric burial to understanding post industrial spaces and heritage practices, the writing of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari is gaining increasing importance within archaeological thought Their concept of assemblages allows us to explore the past in new ways, by placing an emphasis on difference rather than similarity, on fluidity rather stasis and unpredictability rather than reproduceable modelsAssemblage Thought and Archaeology applies the notion of assemblage to specific archaeological case studies, ranging from early urbanism in Mesopotamia to 19th century military fortifications It introduces the concept of assemblage within the context of the wider material turn in the social sciences, examines its implications for studying materials and urban settlements, and explores its consequences for the practice of archaeological research and heritage management.This innovative book will be of particular interest to postgraduate students of archaeological theory and researchers looking to understand this latest trend in archaeological thought, although the case studies will also have appeal to those whose work focusses on material culture, settlement archaeology and archaeological practice. Read Assemblage Thought and Archaeology – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 196 pages
  • Assemblage Thought and Archaeology
  • Ben Jervis
  • 15 October 2019
  • 1138067490

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