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Vol 2, No 2 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Forum

Are We All Archaeologists Now? PDF
Cornelius Holtorf 217-219
Archaeology in the Era of Capitalism PDF
Selma Faria 220-225
On the Ontology of Archaeology PDF
Lawrence E. Moore 225-229
“Are We There Yet?” The challenge of Public Engagement with Australia’s Indigenous Past and its Implications for Reconciliation PDF
Stephen Muller 230-234
Journeys in the City: Homeless Archaeologists or Archaeologies of Homelessness PDF
Rachael Kiddey , Andrew Daffnis , Jane Hallam , Mats Brate 235-244
Archaeology: A Treatment PDF
Jonathan Walz 245-248
Everything is Everything PDF
Alessandro Zambelli 248-252
Bastard Design Practices: An Archaeological Perspective PDF
James Dyer 252-254
Is Digging Straight Walls and Playing in Tune What It’s All About? PDF
Jacob Lawson 255-260

Extended Forum

Are We Not all Archaeologists? A Plea for Archaeology Beyond Excavation In Tanzania PDF
Nancy Alexander Rushohora S1-S4
Traces of Past Subjects: Experiencing Indigenous Thought as an Archaeological Mode of Knowledge PDF
Mariana Petry Cabral S4-S7
Are We all Archaeologists? An Iranian Perspective PDF
Sepideh Saeedi S8-S11
Why Archaeologists Misrepresent Their Practice—A North American Perspective PDF
Richard Matthew Hutchings , Marina La Salle S11-S17
To Be an Archaeologist along the Rue Saint-Jacques: A Textual and Visual Proposition PDF
Michaël Jasmin S17-S26
Digging Up and Digging Down: Urban Undergrounds PDF
Paul Dobraszczyk , Carlos López Galviz , Bradley L. Garrett S26-S30

Photo Essays

‘To climb steep hills, requires slow pace at first: narratives of cultural resilience in the community of Langtang, in the Nepalese Himalayas PDF
Hayley Saul , Emma Waterton 261-282

Research Article

“Because Other People Have Done It”: Coin-Trees and the Aesthetics of Imitation PDF
Ceri Houlbrook 283-308
Behind Closed Doors: A Material-Centered Analysis of Contemporary Graffiti Writings in situ from Sydney’s Recent Urban Past PDF
Samantha Jane Edwards-Vandenheok 309-327



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