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  1. Lecture 1: Course Introduction - What Is Archaeology? 1 item
    James Steele
    1. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Chapters 1, 2, and 4

  2. Lecture 2: A Brief History of Archaeology 8 items
    Ulrike Sommer
    1. Archaeology and the idea of progress - Bruce G. Trigger

      Chapter Essential

    2. The Cambridge illustrated history of archaeology - Bahn, Paul G. 1996

      Book Recommended

    3. A world history of nineteenth-century archaeology: nationalism, colonialism, and the past - Díaz-Andreu García, Margarita 2007

      Book Recommended

    4. The discovery of the past: the origins of archaeology - Schnapp, Alain 1996

      Book Recommended

    5. Two nicely illustrated books well worth leafing through:

  3. Lecture 3: Formation Processes of the Archaeological Record 8 items
    J. Steele
    1. Fossil deposits and their investigation. - A.K BEHRENSMEYER

      Chapter Essential

    2. Archaeological formation processes - V . LAMOTTA, M SCHIFFER

      Chapter Essential

    3. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Chapter 2. (The 3rd Edition can also be used, Chapter 2)

    4. Formation processes of the archaeological record - Schiffer, Michael B. 1987

      Book Essential

  4. Lecture 4: Contexts, Households and Sites 11 items
    Andrew Reynolds
    1. Archaeological investigation - Carver, M. O. H. 2009

      Book Essential

    2. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Chapters 2 and 3

    3. The archaeology of Novgorod, Russia: recent results fron the town and its hinterland - Brisbane, Mark, Society for Medieval Archaeology 1992

      Book Recommended Chapters 4 and 5, also 6 and 7

    4. Novgorod: the archaeology of a Russian medieval city and its hinterland - Gaimster, David R. M., Brisbane, Mark, British Museum c2001

      Book Recommended

    5. The nature of urban deposits - M. O. H. Carver

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Underneath English towns: interpreting urban archaeology - Carver, M. O. H. 1987

      Book Recommended

    7. Later Bronze Age downland economy and excavations at Black Patch, East Sussex - Peter Drewett 1982

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

    8. Eventful contexts - Gavin Lucas

      Chapter Recommended

    9. Excavation - Roskams, Steve 2001

      Book Recommended

    10. Formation processes of the archaeological record - Schiffer, Michael B. 1987

      Book Recommended

  5. Lecture 5: Dating Methods: Relative Dating 3 items
    J. Sidell
    1. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential 5th Edition pages: 121-133 and 159-174 3rd Edition pages: 118-128 and 155-170

    2. Science-based dating in archaeology - Aitken, M. J. 1990

      Book Recommended

    3. Reconstructing Quaternary environments - Lowe, J. J., Walker, M. J. C. 1997

      Book 

  6. Lecture 6: Dating Methods - The Clock Stops Here 10 items
    Jane Siddell
    1. The best way into this topic is through a general book that covers several techniques at not too detailed a level. Any one of the following is therefore essential reading:

    2. Science-based dating in archaeology - Aitken, M. J. 1990

      Book Essential

    3. Quaternary dating methods: a user's guide - Smart, Peter, Frances, Peter D., Quaternary Research Association (Great Britain) 1991

      Book Essential

    4. Chronometric dating in archaeology - Aitken, M. J., Taylor, R. E. c1997

      Book Essential

    5. Books on individual techniques usually give more detail than needed for this course; two that avoid this pitfall are:

    6. A slice through time: dendrochronology and precision dating - Baillie, M. G. L. 1995

      Book Recommended

    7. Radiocarbon dating - Bowman, Sheridan, British Museum 1990

      Book Recommended

    8. English Heritage Guidelines:

  7. Lecture 7: Dating Methods - Dendrochronology 3 items
    Martin Bridge
    1. A slice through time: dendrochronology and precision dating - Baillie, M. G. L. 1995

      Book Recommended

    2. Methods of dendrochronology: applications in the environmental sciences - Cook, E., Kairiūkstis, Leonard 1989

      Book Recommended

  8. Lecture 8: Time and Astronomy in the Ethnographic and Archaeological Records 7 items
    F. Silva
    1. Empires of time: calendars, clocks, and cultures - Aveni, Anthony F. 1995

      Book Essential

    2. Astronomy in prehistoric Britain and Ireland - Ruggles, C. L. N. c1999

      Book Essential Chapter 1 and Appendix

    3. Space-time of the Bororo of Brazil - Fabian, Stephen Michael c1992

      Book Essential

    4. Foundations of new world cultural astronomy: a reader with commentary - Aveni, Anthony F. c2008

      Book Recommended

    5. A guide to prehistoric astronomy in the Southwest - Malville, J. McKim, Malville, J. McKim c2008

      Book 

    6. A guide to prehistoric astronomy in the Southwest - Malville, J. McKim, Malville, J. McKim c2008

      Book Recommended

  9. Lecture 9: Settlements and Landscapes 5 items
    A. Bevan
    1. Visualising spatial data: the importance of Geographic Information Systems - G. LOCK, T. HARRIS

      Chapter Essential

    2. In pursuit of the past: decoding the archaeological record - Binford, Lewis Roberts, Cherry, John F., Torrence, Robin, Renfrew, Colin 1983

      Book Recommended Chapter 8

    3. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Recommended Chapter 5. The 3rd edition can also be used

  10. Lecture 10: Cultural Landscapes and Phenomenological Approaches 13 items
    Sue Hamilton
    1. Phenomenology in Practice: Towards a Methodology for a 'Subjective' Approach - Sue Hamilton, Ruth Whitehouse, Keri Brown, Pamela Combes 2006-04

      Article Essential

    2. Phenomenological approaches to landscape archaeology - C. Tilley

      Chapter Essential

    3. Methodologies - Barbara Bender, Sue Hamilton, Christopher Y. Tilley, Ed Anderson

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Landscape: politics and perspectives - Bender, Barbara 1993

      Book Recommended

    5. Sacred sites, sacred places - Carmichael, David L. 1994

      Book Recommended

    6. Geography is everywhere: culture and symbolism in human landscapes - D. Cosgrove

      Chapter Recommended

    7. Say it with stone: constructing with stones on Easter Island - Sue Hamilton, Mike Seager Thomas, Ruth Whitehouse 2011

      Article Recommended

    8. The anthropology of landscape: perspectives on place and space - Hirsch, Eric, O'Hanlon, Michael 1995

      Book Recommended

    9. Landscape and the reproduction of the ancestral past - H. Morphy

      Chapter Recommended

    10. Space, place, landscape and perception: phenomenological perspectives - Christopher Y. Tilley

      Chapter Recommended

  11. Lecture 11: Geoarchaeology - Landscapes, Human Activity and Environmental Change 8 items
    M. Arroyo-Kalin
    1. Basic principles of sedimentology and soils science - Dena Ferran Dincauze

      Chapter Essential

    2. Archaeology as human ecology: method and theory for a contextual approach - Butzer, Karl W. 1982

      Book Recommended Chapters 3-9

    3. Geoarchaeology in action: studies in soil micromorphology and landscape evolution - French, C. A. I. 2003

      Book Recommended Chapters 1 and 2

    4. Practical and theoretical geoarchaeology - Goldberg, Paul, Macphail, Richard c2006

      Book Recommended

    5. Geoarchaeology: the earth-science approach to archaeological interpretation - Rapp, George Robert, Hill, Christopher L. c2006

      Book Recommended Chapters 1 and 2

    6. Principles of geoarchaeology: a North American perspective - Waters, Michael R. c1992

      Book Recommended Chapters 1 and 2

    7. Archaeological landscapes of the Near East - Wilkinson, T. J. c2003

      Book Recommended Ch1, Pp. 1-10 and Ch. 3.

    8. Students should also skim through volumes of 'Geoarchaeology' journal in the library for examples of case studies.

  12. Lecture 12: Past Human Ecodynamics: Interdisciplinary Solutions to Global Issues. 16 items
    J. Cooper
    1. Essential Reading: Read at least two of these.

    2. Surviving sudden environmental change: understanding hazards, mitigating impacts, avoiding disasters - Cooper, Jago, Sheets, Payson D., Abbott, David A. c2012

      Book Essential

    3. Cultural adaptation, compounding vulnerabilities and conjunctures in Norse Greenland - A. J. Dugmore, T. H. McGovern, O. Vesteinsson, J. Arneborg 2012-03-06

      Article Essential

    4. Climate change 2007: impacts, adaptation and vulnerability - Parry, M. L., Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 2007

      Book Essential

    5. Human impact on ancient environments - Redman, Charles L. c1999

      Book Essential

    6. Global environmental change, resilience and sustainable outcomes - C.L REDMAN

      Chapter Essential

    7. A safe operating space for humanity - Johan Rockström et al. 2009-9-24

      Article 

    8. The politics of climate change - Giddens, Anthony 2009

      Book Recommended

    9. Human agency, climate change, and culture: an archaeological perspective - F.A. HASSAN

      Chapter Recommended

    10. Tipping elements in the Earth's climate system - T. M. Lenton, H. Held, E. Kriegler, J. W. Hall 2008-02-12

      Article Recommended

    11. The way the wind blows: climate, history, and human action - McIntosh, Roderick J., McIntosh, Susan Keech, Tainter, Joseph A. c2000

      Book Recommended

  13. Lecture 13: Plant and Animal Domestication 8 items
    Andrew Reid
    1. Domestication of animals - Juliette Clutton-Brock

      Chapter Essential

    2. The emergence of agriculture - Smith, Bruce D. c1995

      Book Essential

    3. From hunter to herder: the origin of domestic animalsanimals - Simon J. M. Davis

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Domesticatory relationships of people, plants and animals - David R. Harris

      Chapter Recommended

    5. The origins of African livestock: indigenous or imported? - Kevin C. Macdonald

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Osteological evidence for the process of animal domestication - R.H. Meadow

      Chapter Recommended

  14. Lecture 14: Exploring Human-Environment Inter-Relationships 9 items
    Dorian Fuller
    1. Human response to environmental change - Dena Ferran Dincauze

      Chapter Recommended

    2. Fire: a brief history - Pyne, Stephen J. c2001

      Book Recommended

    3. Human impact on ancient environments - Redman, Charles L. c1999

      Book Recommended

    4. The taming of nature (5000-500 Cal. yr BP) - Neil Roberts

      Chapter Recommended

    5. Plows, plagues, and petroleum: how humans took control of climate - Ruddiman, W. F. 2010

      Book Recommended

    6. Environmental archaeology: approaches, techniques & applications - Wilkinson, Keith, Stevens, Chris 2008

      Book Recommended

  15. Lecture 15: People and Animals 8 items
    Andrew Reid
    1. The archaeology of animals - Davis, Simon J. M. 2002

      Book Essential Chapters 1, 3, 4, and 5, if time

    2. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Pages 289-311

    3. A barrow full of cattle skulls - Simon Davis , Sebastian Payne 1993

      Article 

    4. The pangolin revisited: a new approach to symbolism - M. Douglas

      Chapter Recommended

    5. Gazelle killing in Stone Age Syria - A. Legge, P. Rowley-Conwy 1987

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

    6. Hunting, herding, feasting: animal use at Neolithic Catalhoyuk, Turkey - Louise Martin 2001

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

    7. Introduction and discussion and conclusions - John D. Speth

      Chapter Recommended

  16. Lecture 16: People and Plants 10 items
    Dorian Fuller
    1. Private pantries and celebrated surplus: storing and sharing food at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Central Anatolia - Amy Bogaard, Michael Charles, Katheryn C. Twiss, Andrew Fairbairn 2009

      Article Essential

    2. Darwinian Gastronomy: Why We Use Spices - Paul W. Sherman, Jennifer Billing 1999

      Article Essential

    3. Europe and Africa - Bruce D. Smith

      Chapter Essential Chapters 1 & 2

    4. In the shadow of slavery: Africa's botanical legacy in the Atlantic world - Carney, Judith Ann, Rosomoff, Richard Nicholas c2009

      Book Recommended

    5. Guns, germs and steel: a short history of everybody for the last 13,000 years - Diamond, Jared M. 1998

      Book Recommended Chapters 4 and 5

    6. An Emerging Paradigm Shift in the Origins of Agriculture - Dorian Q. Fuller 2010-09

      Article Recommended

    7. Seeds of change: five plants that transformed mankind - Hobhouse, Henry 1985

      Book Recommended

    8. Seeds of change: a quincentennial commemoration - Viola, Herman J., Margolis, Carolyn c1991

      Book 

  17. Lecture 17: Global Scale, Climate and Biosphere: Climate and Climate Change 3 items
    Martin Bridge
    1. Late Quaternary environmental change: physical and human perspectives - Bell, Martin, Walker, M. J. C. 2004

      Book Essential Chapters 1, 2, and 3

    2. Reconstructing Quaternary environments - Lowe, J. J., Walker, M. J. C. 1997

      Book Essential Chapters 1, 7, and Section 4.10

    3. The Holocene: an environmental history - Roberts, Neil 1998

      Book Recommended Chapters 1, 3

  18. Lectures 18 & 19: Pulling It All Together: Star Carr - A Case Study 16 items
    Tim Schadla-Hall
    1. The Deer Hunters: Star Carr Reconsidered - John M. Andresen, Brian F. Byrd, Mark D. Elson, Randall H. McGuire 1981

      Article Essential

    2. The many ages of Star Carr: do 'cites' make the 'site'? - Lane, P. J. Lane, R.T. Schadla-Hall

      Chapter Essential

    3. Star Carr reanalysed - R. Chatteron

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Star Carr: a case study in bioarchaeology - Clark, Grahame c1972

      Book Recommended

    5. Mesolithic Europe: the economic basis - David L. Clarke

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Becoming deer. Corporeal transformations at Star Carr - Chantal Conneller 2004-6

      Article Recommended

    7. Star Carr recontextualised - C. Conneller

      Chapter Recommended

    8. Beyond Star Carr: the Vale of Pickering in the 10th millennium BP - C. Conneller, R.T. Schadla-Hall 2003

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

    9. Star Carr revisited - Legge, A. J., Rowley-Conwy, P., Birkbeck College 1988

      Book Recommended

    10. Star Carr in context: new archaeological and palaeoecological investigations at the Early Mesolithic site of Star Carr, North Yorkshire - Mellars, Paul, Clog, P., Dark, Petra, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research 1998

      Book Recommended

    11. Ancestral places in the Mesolithic landscape - C.J. Pollard 2000

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

    12. Why were there no fish remains at Star Carr? - A Wheeler 1978-03

      Article Recommended

  19. Lecture 20: Term Review and Questions 1 item
    James Steele
    1. No readings.

  20. Lecture 21: What Was It Like to Grow Up and Live In Past Human Communities? 9 items
    Anna Clement
    1. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Chapter 7 and Chapter 11

    2. Written in bones: how human remains unlock the secrets of the dead - Bahn, Paul G. 2002

      Book Recommended

    3. Human osteology: a laboratory and field manual - Bass, William M., Missouri Archaeological Society 2005

      Book Recommended

    4. Digging up bones: the excavation, treatment, and study of human skeletal remains - Brothwell, Don R., British Museum (Natural History) 1981

      Book Recommended

    5. Standards for data collection from human skeletal remains: proceedings of a seminar at the Field Museum of Natural History, organized by Jonathan Haas - Aftandilian, David, Ubelaker, Douglas H., Haas, Jonathan, Buikstra, Jane E. 1994

      Book Recommended

    6. Dental anthropology - Hillson, Simon 1996

      Book Recommended

    7. Bioarchaeology: interpreting behavior from the human skeleton - Larsen, Clark Spencer 1997

      Book Recommended

    8. The archaeology of disease - Roberts, Charlotte A., Manchester, Keith 2005

      Book Recommended

    9. Shadows in the soil: human bones & archaeology - Waldron, T. 2001

      Book Recommended

  21. Lecture 22: Living People, Cemetery Collections and Disposal of the Dead 5 items
    S. Martelli
    1. Populations at large - Tony Waldron

      Chapter Essential

    2. Taphonomic processes in historical cemeteries - S.P. Nawrocki

      Chapter Essential

    3. Digging up bones: the excavation, treatment, and study of human skeletal remains - Brothwell, Don R., British Museum (Natural History) 1981

      Book Recommended

    4. The archaeology of death and burial - Parker Pearson, Michael 1999

      Book Recommended

    5. The nature of the sample - Tony Waldron

      Chapter Recommended

  22. Lecture 23: Archaeology, Language and Genetics 7 items
    Mark Thomas
    1. Archaeology, genetics and cultural diversity - Colin Renfrew 1992

      Article Essential

    2. Genes, peoples, and languages - Cavalli-Sforza, L. L. 2001

      Book Recommended Digitised reading

    3. Genes, people and languages - Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza 1991

      Article Recommended

    4. Human evolutionary genetics: origins, peoples & disease - Jobling, Mark A., Hurles, Matthew, Tyler-Smith, Chris c2004

      Book Recommended

    5. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Recommended

    6. A social prehistory of European languages - John Robb 1993

      Article Recommended

  23. Lecture 24 : The Past in the Present 5 items
    Tim Schadla-Hall
    1. Introduction (Social Construction of the Past) - George Clement Bond, Angela Gilliam

      Chapter Essential

    2. The politics of the past (Forward) - Gathercole, Peter, Lowenthal, David 1994

      Book Essential

    3. The Atlantic Celts: ancient people or modern invention? - James, Simon 1999

      Book Recommended

    4. Conclusions: Constructing identities in the past and the present - S. Jones

      Chapter Recommended

  24. Lecture 25: Material Culture and Social Identity 10 items
    Bill Sillar
    1. Political domination and social evolution - Timothy K. Earle

      Chapter Essential

    2. Status, rank and power - Michael Parker Pearson

      Chapter Essential

    3. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Chapter 5

    4. Prehistoric Europe - Champion, T. C. 1984

      Book Recommended Look up index references to 'social organisation'; the box section on 'typologies of society' on p. 170 is helpful

    5. Struggling with pots in colonial South Carolina - L. Ferguson

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Introduction: archaeological approaches to cultural identity - Stephen Shennan

      Chapter Recommended

  25. Lecture 26: Living in a Material World: Technology, Production, Consumption and the Social Life of Things 11 items
    Bill Sillar
    1. Ordering the world: perceptions of architecture, space and time - Michael Parker Pearson, Colin Richards

      Chapter Essential

    2. Why we need things - M. Csikszentmihalyi

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Squeezing blood from stones - Mark Edmonds

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Theory, practice and praxis - Ian Hodder

      Chapter Recommended

    5. The cultural biography of things: commoditization as process - I. Kopytoff

      Chapter Recommended

    6. The study of technological organization - M. Nelson 1991

      Chapter Recommended

    7. The material life of human beings: artifacts, behavior, and communication - Schiffer, Michael B., Miller, Andrea R. 1999

      Book Recommended

    8. The Explanation of Artifact Variability - Michael Brian Schiffer , James M. Skibo 1997

      Article Recommended

  26. Lecture 27: Pottery Technology - Artefact Analysis in Archaeology 6 items
    Dafydd Griffiths
    1. 'Dust to dust: a transformational view of the ceramic cycle - Sander Ernst van der Leeuw, Alison C. Pritchard

      Chapter Essential

    2. Ceramics - Julian Henderson

      Chapter Recommended

    3. Pottery analysis: a sourcebook - Rice, Prudence M. 1987

      Book Recommended

    4. Pottery technology: principles and reconstruction - Rye, Owen S. 1981

      Book Recommended

  27. Lecture 28: Pots are for People - Interpreting Ceramics 10 items
    Bill Sillar
    1. The shape of early pottery studies - William Barnett, John W. Hoopes

      Chapter Essential

    2. The potential of pottery as archaeological evidence - Clive Orton, Paul Tyers, A. G. Vince

      Chapter Essential

    3. Ceramic theory and cultural process - Arnold, Dean E. 1985

      Book Recommended

    4. Smashing pots: works of clay from Africa - Barley, Nigel c1994

      Book Recommended

    5. The making and breaking of Shipibo-Conibo ceramics - W.R. DeBoer, D.W. Lathrap

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Pottery in the making: world ceramic traditions - Gaimster, David R. M., Freestone, Ian 1997

      Book Recommended

    7. Pottery in the Roman world: an ethnoarchaeological approach - Peacock, D. P. S. 1982

      Book Recommended

    8. On the origins of pottery - Prudence M. Rice 1999

      Article Recommended

    9. Pottery and people: a dynamic interaction - Feinman, Gary M., Skibo, James M. c1999

      Book Recommended

    10. Roman pottery in Britain - Tyers, Paul 1996

      Book Recommended

  28. Lecture 29: Glass in Archaeology 6 items
    I. Freestone
    1. Science and the past - Bowman, Sheridan c1991

      Book Essential

    2. Archaeological chemistry - Pollard, A. M., Heron, Carl, Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain) c1996

      Book Recommended

    3. All in a day’s work? The colourless cylindrical glass cups found at Stonea revisited - J. PRICE, C. R. C CARTWRIGHT, I. C. FREESTONE

      Article Recommended

    4. Five thousand years of glass - Tait, Hugh 2004

      Book Recommended

  29. Lecture 30: Lithics - Understanding Stone Tools 7 items
    Norah Moloney
    1. Squeezing blood from stones - Mark Edmonds

      Chapter Essential

    2. A brief history of flintknapping - John C. Whittaker

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    3. The challenge of the Mousterian - Lewis Roberts Binford

      Chapter Recommended

    4. A record in stone: the study of Australia's flaked stone artefacts - Holdaway, Simon, Stern, Nicola c2004, 2007

      Book Recommended

    5. Technology and terminology of knapped stone: followed by a multilingual vocabulary Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish - Inizan, Marie-Louise, Féblot-Augustins, Jehanne, Cercle de Recherches et d'Etude Préhistoriques 1999

      Book Recommended

    6. Tool function - George H. Odell

      Chapter Recommended

  30. Lecture 31: Extractive Metallurgy and Archaeometallurgical Remains 6 items
    Marcos Martinon-Torres
    1. Archaeometallurgy in archaeological projects - Bayley, J., Historical Metallurgy Society, English Heritage 1995

      Book Essential

    2. Mining and smelting in Antiquity - P.T. Craddock

      Chapter Essential

    3. Metals and metalworking: a research framework for archaeometallurgy - Bayley, J., Crossley, David W., Ponting, Matthew, Historical Metallurgy Society 2008

      Book Recommended

    4. Early metal mining and production - Craddock, P. T. c1995

      Book Recommended

    5. The early history of metallurgy in Europe - Tylecote, R. F. 1987

      Book Recommended Read the parts you find of interest

  31. Lecture 32: Metals in Archaeology 4 items
    Marcos Martinon-Torres
    1. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential Chapter 8 (or chapter 5 if 3rd edition is used)

    2. Early metal mining and production - Craddock, P. T. c1995

      Book Recommended

    3. Metals - Joseph B. Lambert

      Chapter Recommended

  32. Lecture 33: Gender Archaeology and Feminist Archaeologies 11 items
    Sue Harrington
    1. Read the introduction and any chapters that capture your interest in at least two of the following:

    2. Dislocating masculinity: comparative ethnographies - Lindisfarne, Nancy, Cornwall, Andrea 1994

      Book Recommended

    3. Engendering archaeology: women and prehistory - Gero, Joan M., Conkey, Margaret Wright 1991

      Book Recommended

    4. Textile tools and specialization in early Iron Age female burials - M. Gleba

      Chapter Recommended

    5. Archaeology and women: ancient & modern issues - Hamilton, Sue, Whitehouse, Ruth, Wright, Katherine I. c2007

      Book Recommended

    6. Ancient bodies, ancient lives: sex, gender, and archaeology - Joyce, Rosemary A. 2008

      Book Recommended

    7. Are all warriors male?: gender roles on the ancient Eurasian Steppe - Linduff, Katheryn M., Rubinson, Karen Sydney c2008

      Book Recommended

    8. Public roles and personal status: men and women in antiquity : proceedings of the Third Nordic Symposium on Gender and Women's History in Antiquity, Copenhagen, 3-5 October 2003 - Strömberg, Agneta, Larsson Lovén, Lena, Nordic Symposium on Gender and Women's History in Antiquity 2007

      Book Recommended

    9. Invisible people and processes: writing gender and childhood into European archaeology - Moore, Jenny, Scott, Eleanor 1996

      Book Recommended

    10. Identity and subsistence: gender strategies for archaeology - Nelson, Sarah M. c2007

      Book Recommended

    11. Gender and archaeology - Wright, Rita P. c1996

      Book Recommended

  33. Lecture 34: Ethnoarchaeology, Folklore and Experimental Archaeology: The Example of Firemaking 26 items
    Ulrike Sommer
    1. Essential Reading 1: Experimental Archaeology

    2. Experimentation and interpretation: the use of experimental archaeology in the study of the past - Millson, Dana C. E., Theoretical Archaeology Group (England) c2011

      Book 

    3. Introduction to experimental archaeology - Alan K. Outram 2008-03

      Article Essential

    4. The nature of experiment in archaeology - P. J. Reynolds

      Chapter Essential

    5. Replicating the past: the art and science of the archaeological experiment - Saraydar, Stephen C. c2008

      Book Essential

    6. Essential Reading 2: Ethnography

    7. The present past: an introduction to anthropology for archaeologists - Hodder, Ian 1982

      Book Essential

    8. Ethnoarchaeology in action - David, Nicholas, Kramer, Carol 2001

      Book Essential

    9. Essential Reading 3: Fire

    10. Hominid Use of Fire in the Lower and Middle Pleistocene: A Review of the Evidence [and Comments and Replies] - Steven R. James, R. W. Dennell, Allan S. Gilbert, Henry T. Lewis 1989

      Article Essential

    11. Pyrotechnology - J. McDonnell

      Chapter Essential

    12. Detecting ancient fires and simple fireplaces in the Old World - R. Rowlett

      Chapter Essential

    13. Other Reading

    14. Bulletin of primitive technology - Society of Primitive Technology 1991-

      Journal Recommended

    15. EuroREA: reconstruction and experimentation in archaeology - Society of Experimental Archaeology

      Journal Recommended

    16. Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa: Bilanz 2010 - Both, Frank, Europäische Vereinigung zur Förderung der Experimentellen Archäologie c2010

      Book Recommended Please consult the whole series.

    17. Other Reading: Fire

    18. The energetic significance of cooking - Rachel N. Carmody, Richard W. Wrangham 2009

      Article Recommended

    19. Le feu avant les allumettes: expérimentation et mythes techniques - Collina-Girard, Jacques c1998

      Book Recommended

    20. Cooking in zooarchaeology: is the issue still raw? - S. Monton Subias

      Chapter Recommended

    21. Bulletin of primitive technology - Society of Primitive Technology 1991-

      Journal Recommended Bulletin # 22, 2001 - "Fire and its uses"

    22. Flint and pyrite: Making fire in the stone age - Dick Stapert, Lykke Johansen 1999

      Article Recommended

    23. Friction vs. percussion - J. Weiner 2003

      Article Recommended

  34. Lecture 35: Archaeology and the Written Record 12 items
    Richard Bussmann
    1. Between artifacts and texts: historical archaeology in global perspective - Andrén, Anders, Crozier, Alan c1998

      Book Essential Chapter 1. If time, see the section "Defining Practice", pp. 146-153, in Chapter 6, and conclusion pp. 179-183.

    2. Archaeology as cultural history: words and things in Iron Age Greece - Morris, Ian 2000

      Book Recommended

    3. The Disunited Subject: human history's split into 'history' and 'archaeology' - Eberhard W. Sauer

      Chapter Recommended

    4. For individual scripts please consult at least two of the following:

    5. The decipherment of linear B - Chadwick, John 1992

      Book Recommended

    6. Linear B and related scripts - Chadwick, John, British Museum c1987

      Book Recommended

    7. Breaking the Maya code - Coe, Michael D. c1999

      Book Recommended

    8. Egyptian hieroglyphs - Davies, W. V., British Museum 1987

      Book Recommended

    9. Maya glyphs - Houston, S. D. c1989

      Book Recommended

    10. Cuneiform - Walker, C. B. F., British Museum c1987

      Book Recommended

  35. Lecture 36: Archaeology and Art 13 items
    Jose Oliver
    1. Archaeology and art - Raymond Corbey, Robert Layton, Jeremy Tanner

      Chapter Essential

    2. Method and aims in iconography - Lyvia Morgan

      Chapter Essential

    3. An archaeology of rock-art through informed methods and formal methods - Christopher Chippindale, Paul S. C. Taçon

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Art and agency: an anthropological theory - Gell, Alfred 1998

      Book Recommended Chapter 7

    5. The meanings of things: material culture and symbolic expression - Hodder, Ian, World Archaeological Congress 1989

      Book Recommended Chapters 2, 15, and 16.

    6. The anthropology of art - Layton, Robert 1991

      Book Recommended Chapters 4 and 5.

    7. Introduction - Howard Morphy

      Chapter Recommended

    8. Critical terms for art history - Nelson, Robert S., Shiff, Richard 1996

      Book Recommended Chapter 1 ‘Representation’ by D. Summers, Ch.2 ‘Sign’ by A. Potts and Ch.3 ‘Simulacrum’ by M. Camille

    9. Introductory - Erwin Panofsky

      Chapter Recommended

  36. Lecture 37: Material Culture and Maritime Archaeology 14 items
    Joe Flatman
    1. Marine archaeology in society and science - C. Cederland 1995-2

      Article Essential

    2. Shipwrecks and maritime archaeology - David Gibbins, Jonathan Adams 2001-01

      Article Essential

    3. The rising tide: archaeology and coastal landscapes - Lewis, Carenza, Aberg, F. A. c2000

      Book Recommended

    4. Ships and boats as archaeological source material - Jonathan Adams 2001-01

      Article Recommended

    5. Maritime archaeology: a reader of substantive and theoretical contributions - Babits, Lawrence Edward, Van Tilburg, Hans 1998

      Book Recommended

    6. A plea for historical particularism in nautical archaeology - L.E. Bass, H. Van Tilburg

      Chapter Recommended

    7. Archaeology underwater: the NAS guide to principles and practice - Dean, Martin, Nautical Archaeology Society 1992

      Book Recommended

    8. Submarine prehistoric archaeology of the North Sea: research priorities and collaboration with industry - Flemming, N. C., Council for British Archaeology, English Heritage 2004

      Book Recommended

    9. Our changing coast: a survey of the intertidal archaeology of Langstone Harbour, Hampshire - Allen, Michael J., Gardiner, Julie 2000

      Book Recommended

    10. Strangford Lough: an archaeological survey of the maritime cultural landscape - McErlean, Thomas, McConkey, Rosemary, Forsythe, Wes, Northern Ireland 2002

      Book Recommended

    11. International handbook of underwater archaeology - Ruppé, Carol, Barstad, Jan 2001

      Book Recommended

  37. Lecture 38: Distribution and Exchange 6 items
    Elizabeth Graham
    1. Essential Reading: Renfrew and any one of the others.

    2. In search of an ancient Maya market - Bruce H. Dahlin, Christopher T. Jensen, Richard E. Terry, David R. Wright 2007

      Article Recommended

    3. Trading is a White Man's Game: the appropriation of Navajo women's weaving - Kathy M'Closkey

      Chapter Recommended

  38. Lecture 39: Revision Class and Discussion of Course Assessment 1 item
    James Steele
    1. Please come along with any questions, or let me know ahead of time if you have any requests for particular ideas/information to be reviewed in this session.

       

  39. Lecture 40: Exam Preparation 0 items
    James Steele
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