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THE NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF ALL KINDS OF CONTACTS
REGIONALISMS
ACTION OR EXTINCTION
THE FUTURE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
REFERENCES
AFRICA’S LOST CITY
INTELLECTUAL TRADITION
STRUCTURAL CONTEXT
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
PERSPECTIVES
THE AGE OF SYNTHESIS (1900–45)
THE AGE OF NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGY
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INDONESIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
EPILOGUE
EVENING ON THE RHINE
THE WEST AFRICAN SPEAR
NAMIBIA AFTER KOSSINNA
CONCLUSIONS
SOME IMPORTANT ISSUES FOR ARCHAEOLOGY
THE PRACTICE OF ARCHAEOLOGY IN AFRICA
ANALYSIS OF AFRICAN SITES
ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF CULTURAL VARIETY
DOES AFRICAN ARCHAEOLOGY NEED THEORY?
RECOVERY THEORY
THE HIERARCHICAL APPROACH TO INVESTIGATIONS
CONCLUSION
INDIGENOUS TRADITIONS FOR STUDYING THE PAST
EUROPEAN INFLUENCE
THE ‘NEW ARCHAEOLOGY’, AND BEYOND
ARCHAEOLOGY AND THEORY IN INDIA TODAY
THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AIAS
THE ‘ABORIGINALIZATION’ OF THE INSTITUTE
THE POLITICAL REALITY OF ABORIGINAL STUDIES
THE RETURN OF SKELETAL REMAINS
LAND RIGHTS
OVERVIEW OF CANADIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
AMERICAN INFLUENCES ON CANADIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
Geographical and cultural proximity
Academic training
Boasian anthropology
Quebec
Coastal British Columbia
LINGUISTIC RELATIONS IN THE CANADIAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL COMMUNITY
FUTURE DIRECTIONS
THE RISE OF NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGIES H AEOLOGIES
THE SPREAD OF DIFFUSIONISM
AFTER WORLD WAR II
THE 1970S, ARCHAEOLOGY AND MILITARISM
CIVIL RULE AFTER THE MILITARY
EARLY EUROPEAN INFLUENCES
PLURALISM AND ITS THEORETICAL OFFSHOOTS
NOTE
PORTUGUESE ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE 1900S
BACK TO THE RECENT PAST, THE PRESENT AND, PERHAPS, THE FUTURE
THE IRISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THEORY
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN IRISH ARCHAEOLOGY
THE REACTION TO INTERNATIONAL TRENDS
MIGRATION, CULTURE CHANGE AND IRISH ARCHAEOLOGY
ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE POLITICS OF THE PAST AND PRESENT
ACKNOWLEGEMENTS
DOMINANCE OF RESCUE ARCHAEOLOGY
EVOLUTIONARY THEORY IN THE 1950S
MYTH OF THE HOMOGENEITY OF THE JAPANESE
FROM THE EVOLUTIONARY MODEL TO THE STATIC MODEL
PROCESSUAL AND CONTEXTUAL
‘ARCHAEOLOGY AT HOME’—A FREE FOR ALL
RE-WRITING THE PAST
ABROAD ‘AND BEYOND’
THE DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
THE ORGANIZATION AND IMPACT OF RUSSIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
ARCHAEOLOGY IN RUSSIA TODAY
ON DISCIPLINARY IDENTITY
THE PLACE OF THEORY IN THE ACADEMY
WRITING, RELATIVISM AND FRAGMENTATION
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