Knowledge-scapes – Julia Montes-Landa, Friederike Jürcke and Alessandro Ceccarelli
The ARC volume 35.2 on ‘knowledge-scapes’ introduces the concept, its components and its application in archaeology. The origins, development and use of knowledge-scapes in the fields of cognitive theory and archaeology are explored and contextualized within current archaeological thinking. Practical approaches to the study of knowledge-scapes are presented in the papers published in this volume, and they offer a variety of methods and datasets to identify, explore and interpret past landscapes of knowledge.
Montes-Landa, J., Jürcke, F. and Ceccarelli, A. (eds.) 2021. Knowledge-scapes. Archaeology Review from Cambridge 35(2). Cambridge: ARC Society. Available here: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/324383/recent-submissions?offset=0
Jürcke, F., Montes-Landa, J., & Ceccarelli, A. 2021. Knowledge-scapes’ in Archaeology: An Introduction. Archaeological Review from Cambridge, 35 (2), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.71846
Mark your calendars for the online Launch Event for ARC Volume 35.2 on *22 March 2021* with keynote speaker Professor Tim Ingold (University of Aberdeen).
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Table of contents, articles and book reviews here: https://arc.soc.srcf.net/current.html
Cover Art: Matilde Ricci