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The impact of postmodernism
Writing as oppression
Is there a world out there?
Expressions of culture in the environment
Human adaptation and transformation of the environment
Social strategies which co-ordinate or coerce action
Reading the landscape
Two problems for archaeology
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Western maps in western contexts
Western maps in contact situations
Indigenous maps
Conclusions
Notes
Acknowledgement
References
Landscapes from the outside: the extent of prehistoric settlement
People, pathways and places
A sense of place
Figure 4.2 The prehistoric archaeological landscape at Loughcrew
The landscape as context of activity
Transforming the landscape
Theorising landscapes
Landscapes in action: the case of northern Bohemia
Enculturation of the landscape
Land division and field systems
Burials as territorial markers
Focal places in the landscape
Conclusion
Note
Is landscape history possible?
Form versus process
Nature versus culture; ecological versus social theory
Is it possible to survive on a deserted farm?
Surveying
Agro-ecosystems over time
Social and tenurial development
Archaeology and the landscape
Landscapes as ‘objects’
Landscapes as ‘subjects’
Critique of traditional archaeological approaches to landscape
Space
Time
Social action
Time–space–action models in archaeology and beyond
Landscape and the social use of space: Stonehenge
Table 8.1 Findspots of principal late neolithic/early bronze age ceramics
Table 8.2 Incidence of selected monument classes
Philosophy and definition
Space and scale
Articulation
Territorial inter-relationships
Regional or national patterning
Methods and practice
The Sardar Dam and its impact
The emergence of popular protest movements
Are the tribals an indigenous group?
A changing relationship to the landscape
The dislocation, an experience in an alien landscape
An attitudinal problem
The medieval hauz, a local community and the city of Delhi
Conclusion: a diachronic study of landscapes and perceptions
The physical landscape and rural perceptions
The archaeological landscape and rural perceptions
The study area
Colonial history
Conceptions of place in northern Australia
Discussion
Four Alawa legends
Yargala (the male Plains Kangaroo)
Wadabir, the Black (Water) Goanna
Ganyila (Dogs)
Jambirina (Bush Turkey)
Subsistence
The environment
Ancestors and ecology
People and the land
Ecology and estates
Table 16.1 Some food species associated with principal ecological zones
Inheritance of rights and responsibilities
Performing ceremonies
Kinship and country
Conception affiliation
Observance of food prohibitions
Access to and care of sites
Response to colonisation
The continuing Alawa presence
Stability and flexibility
Tracks and estates
Maintaining custodians for the landscape
Possessing the Amazon
Shamanism
Possessing the landscape
Eco-politics and contemporary territorial management
Space and identity
The perception of landscape amongst the Q’eqchi’
Landscape as mythical space
Bargaining with the conqueror
Caught in the grip of enclosure
Rebellion, capture and punishment
Final dispossession
How archaeologists can find meaning in life
Time, space and perceived reality
A setting for landscapes in the ecology of mind: a separate reality
European-American archaeology and indigenous peoples’ history
Cultural resource management in the USA
American archaeologists’ closed system model
Bringing it all back home
The resurgence of the sovereign rights of indigenous peoples
How to assert sovereignty in cultural resource management
Refocusing cultural resource management, reversing enclosure
Cultural resource management in a multi-cultural society
The Pohnpei resources project, Micronesia
Archaeological features on Pohnpei
The Salapwuk field project
Site survey methods
The significance of the Salapwuk settlement
Interactions with the contemporary Salapwuk community
Salapwuk land-use practices
Summary of Salapwuk survey results
Site survey
Exploring the prehistory of landscapes
Dimensions of landscape
Prehistoric hunter-gatherer symbolic landscapes
Djibigun and Jinmium, a story of attachment to place
Getting at antiquity
The prehistory of the biophysical landscape
Excavations at Jinmium rockshelter
Stone tools and plant remains
Ochre and rock art
Discussion and conclusions
The hills and the rain
Rock art and ritual
Hunting the elephant
Who owns the Sámi landscape?
Constructing the Sámi cultural landscape today
Three concepts of cultural landscape
The environment as modified by humans
The landscape of a particular culture
The genesis of conflict in cultural landscapes
The representation of the Sámi archaeological heritage
‘Vuollerim 6000 år’: the Swedification of Lappland
The cultural landscape of ‘stallo’ sites
Sámi hunters or Sámi pastoralists?
The evidence of reindeer-hunting
The-past-as-wished-for
Interpreting the material remains of the past
The archaeology and oral history of the Andriamañare
Oral history and the people who came before
Stones and land
Stones and history
Stones for agriculture and fishing
Stones, magic and illness
Stones, spirits and sanctions
Stones, archaeology and heritage management
An archaeological perspective (Robin Sim)
Background
The extinct island population theory
Prehistoric occupation in the Furneaux islands region
Table 27.1 Radiocarbon shell dates from Flinders Island midden sites
An Aboriginal perspective (Darrell West)
The site
Research aims
Muttonbird bone investigation results
A fieldwork itinerary
The archaeology of trails
The shifting centre—cultural geographies
Fieldwork with shamans—building histories
Archaeology and the cultural landscape
The dynamics of human-modified landscapes
Human ecodynamics: an alternative spatio-temporal discourse
Multi-disciplinarity and integrated research
A model for integrated interdisciplinary research
Methodology
Environmental monitoring and landscape management
Table 29.2 Landscape Sensitivity Mapping scalar dynamics
The Empordà landscape as long-term history
Historical path-dependence
Water control and ‘contested’ landscapes
Resource management: the protection of cultural landscapes
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