Crossing Frontiers: The Opportunities and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Archaeology (Proceedings of a Conference Held at the Unviersit
By: H. Schroeder (editor), E. Macaulay-Lewis (editor), P. Bray (editor), V. Jefferson (editor)Paperback
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It is difficult to imagine modern archaeology without radio-carbon dating, geophysics, analytical chemistry, or the input of the social and historical sources. Archaeology is inevitably an interdisciplinary enterprise, perhaps more so than any other field. But with the ever-increasing specialisation of modern research in general, it becomes more and more difficult to communicate across disciplinary boundaries; this is one of the major challenges modern archaeology faces today. This volume is the outcome of a two-day conference held at the University of Oxford that focused on the opportunities and challenges of interdisciplinary approaches to archaeology.
edited by H Schroeder, P Bray, P Gardner, V Jefferson and E Macaulay-Lewis
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