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About the Book
‘Archaeological Boundaries. Discussions, experiments and unprovoked attacks’ is a unique offering by Stuart Rathbone. The book contains a series of essays that explore three areas of his archaeological interests; the development of Archaeology as a profession, interpreting prehistoric settlement patterns, and the application of unusual, even oddball, approaches and theories to long standing archaeological problems. Throughout the different sections of the book a series of common themes and influences are woven through the highly personal and hopefully thought provoking offerings.
Writing Archaeology in the 21st century
1) 99 Problems but a ditch ain't one: Reflections on the great Irish archaeology boom
2) How to dig holes and alienate people
3) The 4 and a half Inch pointing trowel... and the damage done
4) You, me and Gordon
5) An archaeologist, an anthropologist and an anarchist walk into a bar
6) (Re)building Stonehenge
7) Archaeology from the Interzone
8) Exploring the Jungle. Contemporary archaeology gets a little bit darker
9) The village people. An early history of neighbourly disputes
10) Social Behaviour Orders.
11) It’s all gone pear shaped
12) Curbing homelessness in Neolithic Britain and Ireland
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