This special issue gathers together a selection of short articles reflecting on the historical construction of inequality and race in the histories of archaeology solicited via an open call for papers in the summer of 2020.
This special collection of the Bulletin of the History of Archaeology seeks to address the under-representation of Pacific and south Asian histories from archaeology historiography. Under the incentive of the CBAP project, this unique collection gathers papers that span different areas of enquiry originally examined at the 2017 Australian Archaeological Association conference.
This collection presents the wide range of history of archaeology, chronologically and geographically, and the exciting potential for analysis, narrative, and debate. It has been edited by Ulf Hansson, Julia Roberts, Kathleen Sheppard and Jonathan Trigg.
‘Geographic and Spatial Approaches’ address an oversight in historical studies of archaeology. Contributions highlight the influence of physical and social space on the practice of archaeology.