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"Doctoral Research in Cambridge (1922- 1987)" , Archaeological Review from Cambridge, edited by Sarah Taylor, Occasional Paper I, Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University, Spring 1989

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Douglas R. Givens

Department of Anthropology Saint Louis Community College - Meramec, US
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The Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University (England), has done a great service to scholars interested in the history of archaeology by issuing Occasional Paper 1 under its umbrella publication the Archaeological Review from Cambridge. This compact volume contains a number of short articles by some of the leading archaeological figures at Cambridge on doctoral work and the intellectual climates in which students did their from work from 1922-1984.

Articles in the volume include the introduction to the volume by SJ. Taylor, "Early Days in the Development of Postgraduate Research in Prehistorical Archaeology at Cambridge:" and by J.G.D. Clark; "Postgraduate Research in Prehistorical Archaeology at Cambridge 1950- 1970," by C.F.W. Higham; "Advice and Consent: Archaeological Research at Cambridge in the 1970s and 1980s, " by Ian Hodder; "The Development of African Archaeology in Cambridge," by J. Alexander; and "Cambridge Archaeology Before the Tripos: The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology" by D.W. Phillipson. In addition the volume contains a listing of the graduate students at the doctoral level and their dissertation titles from 1922-1987.
How to Cite: Givens, D.R., (1992). "Doctoral Research in Cambridge (1922- 1987)" , Archaeological Review from Cambridge, edited by Sarah Taylor, Occasional Paper I, Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University, Spring 1989. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 2(1), pp.21–22. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha.02107
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