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Beyond paradigms

An article collection for the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists

If paradigms become like the mountains, barriers that enclose our lives and experiences, thinking beyond the sets of theoretical barriers we have constructed enables us to discover the fissures in these paradigms that, like the passes through the mountains, foster interaction and convergence.

Felipe Criado-Boado (EAA President)

To coincide with the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, we are pleased to offer you free access to this special collection.

Articles relate to and engage with the conference and session themes, and include several relevant pieces from many Routledge journals. All articles in this collection are free to read until 30th November 2019.

ArticleAuthorJournalYear
The place to be: Community archaeology as a tool for cultural integrationCamille Westmont & Andreas Antelid
Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage2018
Public heritage at scale: Building tools for authoring mobile digital heritage and archaeology experiencesEthan Watrall
Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage2018
Community archaeology and heritage in coastal and Western KenyaChapurukha M. Kusimba
Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage2017
The Illegal Excavation and Trade of Syrian Cultural Objects: A View from the GroundNeil Brodie & Isber Sabrine
Journal of Field Archaeology
2018
Commercial Archaeology and 3D Web TechnologiesLuca Bezzi, Alessandro Bezzi, Christian Boscaro, Kathrin Feistmantl, Rupert Gietl, Giuseppe Naponiello, Fabiano Ottati & Margarita de Guzman
Journal of Field Archaeology
2018
Pencils and Pixels: Drawing and Digital Media in Archaeological Field RecordingColleen Morgan & Holly Wright
Journal of Field Archaeology
2018
Re-visiting the field: Collaborative archaeology as paradigm shiftPatricia A. McAnany & Sarah M. Rowe
Journal of Field Archaeology
2015
The fusion of law and ethics in cultural heritage management: The 21st century confronts archaeologyHilary A. Soderland & Ian A. Lilley
Journal of Field Archaeology
2015
Creating Cultural Identity: Opus anglicanum and its Place in the History of English Medieval ArtM. A. Michael
Journal of the British Archaeological Association
2017
Seasonal settlement and the interpretation of upland archaeology in the Galtee Mountains, IrelandEugene Costello
Landscape Research
2016
‘Tangled up in Blue’: The Death, Dress and Identity of an Early Viking-Age Female Settler from Ketilsstaðir, IcelandMichele Hayeur Smith, Kevin P Smith & Karin M Frei
Medieval Archaeology2019
Dressed for Ritual, Dressed for Life. A Migration-Period Grave from Sande in NorwayMarianne Vedeler, Elna Siv Kristoffersen & Ingunn Marit Røstad
Medieval Archaeology2018
The repatriation of culturally unidentifiable human remainsChip Colwell-Chanthaphonh , Rachel Maxson & Jami Powell
Museum Management and Curatorship
2011
‘To Clapham’s I go’: a mid to late 18th-century Cambridge coffeehouse assemblageCraig Cessford, Andy Hall, Vicki Herring & Richard Newman
Post-Medieval Archaeology
2017
Black Archaeology’ in Eastern Europe: Metal Detecting, Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Objects, and ‘Legal Nihilism’ in Belarus, Poland, Russia, and UkraineSamuel Andrew Hardy
Public Archaeology
2016
But Isn't All Archaeology ‘Public’ Archaeology?Reuben Grima
Public Archaeology
2016
Urban Heritage Dynamics in ‘Heritage-Led Regeneration’: Towards a Sustainable Lifestyles ApproachKalliopi Fouseki & Mariana Nicolau
The Historic Environment: Policy & Practice2018
Ancient Microbial DNA in Dental Calculus: A New method for Studying Rapid Human Migration EventsRaphael Eisenhofer, Atholl Anderson, Keith Dobney, Alan Cooper & Laura S. Weyrich
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology2019
‘Behavioral modernity’ as a process, not an event, in the human nicheMarc Kissel & Agustín Fuentes
Time and Mind
2018
The object of my affection: attachment security and material cultureTaryn Bell & Penny Spikins
Time and Mind
2018
Genetics, archaeology and the far right: an unholy TrinitySusanne E. Hakenbeck
World Archaeology2019
Rethinking GIS, three-dimensionality and space perception in archaeologyGiacomo Landeschi
World Archaeology
2018
A European perspective on indigenous and immigrant archaeologiesCornelius Holtorf
World Archaeology
2009
Africanist archaeology and ancient IQ: racial science and cultural evolution in the twenty-first centuryScott MacEachern
World Archaeology2006
Embracing change: how cultural resilience is increased through cultural heritageCornelius Holtorf
World Archaeology2018