Monthly Archives: October 2007

New Books (not to be reviewed)

The following books have arrived on the Book Review Editor’s desk but will, for one reason or another, not be reviewed in the journal. Pollars, Mark, Batt, Catherine, Stern, Ben and Young, Suzanne (2007) Analytical Chemistry in Archaeology. Cambridge Manuals … Continue reading

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Summer School on 3D Modeling in Archaeology

Stefano Campana informs us about an international summer school on ‘3D Modeling in Archaeology’ in May 2008: We would like to bring your attention to the International School in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage that we’re organizing in May 2008, in … Continue reading

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CHAT 2007 in Sheffield

James Symonds gives this update on the forthcoming CHAT (Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory) conference in Sheffield: The conference will be held in the Showroom Cinema, in the heart of Sheffield’s Cultural Industries Quarter, from 23rd-25th Nov 2007 and … Continue reading

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War, Politics and Archaeology

One of the ambitions of this blog is to publicize and further discuss the reviews published in the European Journal of Archaeology. In issue 9 (1), Susan Pollock of Binghamton University, USA, reviewed these two volumes: Benjamin R. Foster, Karen … Continue reading

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New Books (not to be reviewed)

The following books have arrived on the Book Review Editor’s desk but will, for one reason or another, not be reviewed in the journal. Little, Barbara (2007) Historical Archaeology. Why the past matters. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press. ISBN 978-1-59874-023-3. … Continue reading

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CFP: Radiocarbon and Archaeology

Radiocarbon and Archaeology, 5th International Symposium 26-28th March 2008, Zurich, Switzerland Nearly 60 years after the publication of the first radiocarbon ages, the radiocarbon dating method has become the key dating tool in archaeology. Recent years have brought new developments … Continue reading

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