A Critique of Archaeological Reason.
"The inquiry into the nature of archaeology and its theoretical presuppositions leads to unexpected results. The question about its nature is a question about distinctiveness: what is unique about the discipline that sets it apart from the others? The question about theoretical presuppositions...
West Nyack :
Cambridge University Press,
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