Clashes of Time

The Contemporary Past as a Challenge for Archaeology

The divide that once existed between the past and the present and between the archaeology of distant times and that of recent ones has started to disappear. Excavations are now exploring 20th century sites. The barriers that once compartmentalised the fields of history, archaeology and anthropology have begun to... Read More

The divide that once existed between the past and the present and between the archaeology of distant times and that of recent ones has started to disappear. Excavations are now exploring 20th century sites or ones that are even more recent. The barriers that once compartmentalised the fields of history, archaeology and anthropology have begun to crumble, yielding a vast common space, that of the present. The resulting challenges to traditional methodologies have generated a silent revolution that is undermining the ways these disciplines dealt with the past. Will we prove capable of acknowledging this new state of the social sciences and act accordingly?


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Publisher
Presses universitaires de Louvain
Edited by
Jean-Marie Blessing, Jan Driessen, Jean-Pierre Legendre, Laurent Olivier,
Collection
GRAAL
Language
English
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BISAC Subject Heading
SOC002000 SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology > SOC003000 SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013 )
3081 Sciences sociales > 3111 Anthropologie
Title First Published
01 December 2017

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1 A4
Publication Date
01 December 2017
ISBN-13
9782875586254
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Main content page count : 276
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454 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
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95916
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16 x 24 x cm
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444 grams
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33.00 €
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1 PDF
Publication Date
01 December 2017
ISBN-13
9782875586261
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Main content page count : 276
Legal Copyright Date
454 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
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95916PDF
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Preface – Clashes of Time 5
I Can't Get No Satisfaction 11
Laurent Olivier
My Encounter with the Writer Alain-Fournier, who died in World War I 23
Frédérique Boura
Archaeology goes to War 29
Michaël Landolt
The Archaeological Study of French World War II Internment Camps 47
Jean-Pierre Legendre
Towards a Different Lorraine (End 20th - Beginning 21st Century) 63
Jean-Marie Blaising
The Maison du Mage Project: Surveying Contemporary Assemblages 79
Quentin Letesson
Simon Jusseret
The Relationship Between Archaeology, Genetics, Ethnology and History 121
Eric Crubézy, Patrice Gérard, Nikolaï Kirianov, Vassili Popov, Dariya
Nikolaïeva, Christiane Petit, Michel Petit, Lioubomira Romanova,
Christine Keyser, Bertrand Ludes, Olga Melnitchouk, Rosalia Bravina,
Anatoly Alexeev & Sylvie Duchesne
Pandora’s Box: Ethnological Data as an Evaluative Tool for Archaeology 141
Jean-Pierre Legendre
Sigaut’s Formula or the Atom of Relations 159
Pierre Lemonnier
Modernity’s Threat to the Memory within the Ecumene 165
Cédric Lavigne
"Move on! There’s Nothing to See Here" 183
Isabelle Catteddu
What do the Forms of the Landscapes tell us? 195
Magali Watteaux
Punctum of the Contemporary Past 221
Mats Burström
Things are the Grounds of All Archaeology 231
Christopher Witmore
Time and Republic 247
S. Romi Mukherjee
The Deep Present 265
Alfredo González-Ruibal
The Authors 271