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Some Reflections on Heritage and Archaeology in the Anthropocene

AuthorsSolli, Brit; Burström, Mats; Domanska, Ewa; Edgeworth, Matt; González-Ruibal, Alfredo ; Holtorf, Cornelius; Lucas, Gavin; Oestigarrd, Terje; Smith, Laurajane; Witmore, Christopher
Issue Date2011
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationNorwegian Archaeological Review 44(1): 40-88 (2011)
AbstractAre we now living in a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene? Geo-scientists discuss whether there is a need for a new concept covering the last 250 years' immense human impact on the earth. How are we going to understand and define `heritage¿ and archaeology in a rapidly changing global environment? The `linguistic turn¿ in humanities and social sciences has had a huge impact on both archaeology and heritage studies since c. 1980. A critique is raised against the anti-essentialist view that heritage is constructed, not discovered. Furthermore, the paper discusses the legacy of `the linguistic turn¿, post-processualism and environmental archaeology.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00293652.2011.572677
Identifiersissn: 0029-3652
e-issn: 1502-7678
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