By Robert W. Preucel
- Explains why absolute foundations in archaeology are insufficient and appears on the alternatives.
- Highlights debates over the ontological and epistemological prestige of the self-discipline and evaluates present responses to those issues.
- Defines a brand new house for archaeological discourse and dialogue.
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Archaeological Semiotics (Social Archaeology) by Robert W. Preucel