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Writing the past in the present / edited by Frederick Baker and Julian Thomas.

By: Baker, Frederick
Contributor(s): Thomas, Julian
Language: English Publisher: Lampeter : St. David's University College, 1990.Description: [xiv], 215p. : ill., maps ; 29cm.ISBN: 0905285255
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Includes bibl. references. - This book had its origins in the Cambridge Seminar on Post-Structuralism and Archaeology, 29 June - 1 July, 1988. - Contents: 1, Documentation. Power and passion in archaeological discourse / Matthew Johnson, S. Coleman; Same, other, analogue / J. Thomas; Feminist archaeology / L.H. Dommasnes; "Brothers" in arms? Feminism, post-structuralism and the "rise of civilisation" / Sarah Taylor; Sciencing archaeology: a reply to Lewis Binford / J.C. Barrett; Prehistory as a scout camp: where did the archaeology go? / J. Nordbladh; Archaeology, habermas and the pathologies of modernity / F. Baker; Archaeology and the notion of ideology / J. Thomas; Prestige and exchange: Althusser and structural Marxist archaeology / T. Saunders; 2, Commentary. "A spectre is haunting archaeology?" Some observations on the Cambridge Seminar on post-structuralism and archaeology / R. Young; Pretentious - moi? / Andrew Fleming; Post-structuralism: we don't kniow what it is, but we like it / T. Kirk; The Cambridge Seminar on post-structuralism and archaeology: a reaction / R. Bernbeck, A. Meoller; 3, Theory. Archaeology and historical realism / P. Gonszález Marcén, R. Risch; The dialectic of the present and the past in the construction of a scientific archaeology / F. Nocete, A. Ruiz; 4, Museums and the distribution of knowledge. "The museum industry" - Mr Richard Luce / David T.D. Clarke; Springburn: a community and its museum / M. O'Neill; Museums and the preservation of local cultures at Moscennice and Moscenika, Yugoslavia / L. Nikocevic; Museums, masks and cultural change / M. Proesler; A man called Lucy: self reflection in a museum exhibit / N.J. Chabot; Critical archaeology and "black" history / Alex West; 5, Redefining British history. Museums, racism and censorship / R. Hasted; Black history, whose history? / R. Visran; History without frontiers / P. Fraser; Castles and contradictions: versions of a "Welsh" heritage / E. ap Hywel; The heritage industry / K. Branigan; Images in a landscape: Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Highland clearances / Donnie Mackay; It's Scotland's oil / J. Inglis, N. Curtis.