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A Contemporary Archaeology of Cultural Change in Rural North-Western Spain: From Traditional Domesticity to Postmodern Individualisation

AuthorsAlonso González, Pablo ; González Álvarez, David
Cultural change
Rural Spain
Built environment
Issue DateMar-2016
CitationInternational Journal of Historical Archaeology 20(1): 23-44 (2016)
AbstractThis paper explores the built environment in two rural areas of Northwest Spain that were historically inhabited by two of the so-called “cursed peoples.” Combining contemporary archaeology and material culture studies, we analyze the role played by the house in processes of socio-economic and cultural change, and in the reproduction of internal hegemony within villages. To do so, we study the tensions and connections existing between the transformations undergone by the built environment during the last century and different socio-economic processes, including the depopulation of the rural areas, their conversion into tourist attractions, and the current process of individualisation of subjectivity in line with the transformations taking place in the postmodern era.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10761-015-0317-2
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