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Archaeology, Ideology and Society: The German Experience, edited by Heinrich Harke. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2000

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Bruce G. Trigger

McGill University, Montreal, CA
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Abstract

German archaeologists are renowned for two things: their unswerving adherence to a culture-histori­cal paradigm and their refusal to discuss their discipline's past. The overall understanding of the development of European archaeology has long been handicapped by the lack of comprehensive, analytical studies of the history of German archaeology. Papers focused on specific.issues by ar­chaeologists such as Leo K1ejn, Bellina Arnold, and U1rich Veit whetted, but did not fully satisfy, foreign interest in this subject.
How to Cite: Trigger, B.G., (2001). Archaeology, Ideology and Society: The German Experience, edited by Heinrich Harke. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2000. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 11(2), pp.9–13. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha.11204
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