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The permeable clusters of Hanna Rydh
Elisabeth Arwill-Nordbladh

.indd 158 03/12/2019 08:56 When the modern was too new159 Returning home, Hanna used her experiences in French Palaeolithic scholarship to write a book about the archaeology of the Upper Palaeolithic, attributed to the genre of popular science. However, it was also read in professional circles, and for many decades it was the only book in Swedish about Palaeolithic cave art written by a professional scholar (Rydh, 1926a). The East Asian connections In the years following Schnittger’s death, Hanna Rydh spent much of her time finishing some of his archaeological

in Communities and knowledge production in archaeology
Catherine J. Frieman

, South America, the Mediterranean, southwest Asia, North Africa, Central Asia, South Asia, and East Asia. He later revised this model, recognizing three distinct regions within South America (in the Northern Andes, in the Amazon, and in coastal Chile) and adding North American and southeast Asian/Indonesian regions. Figure 2.1 A parsimonious model of the locations of specific hearths of plant domestication. Archaeological research within these regions has sought to identify the chronological phase in which agriculture commenced, and the reason or reasons for

in An archaeology of innovation
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Jes Wienberg

. “Old cities are rebuilt, ancient castles are refurbished, old artefacts are exhibited, old books are republished – Europeans tiptoe in their cities as museums because they are museums ” (Heller 1988 : 155; italics in the original). This view was repeated, but now from an Eastern perspective, by Chinese state media after the vote on Brexit in 2016: “East Asia has witnessed decades of high-speed growth and prosperity. Europe stays where it was, becoming the world’s center of museums and tourist destinations” ( Global Times 25 June 2016). Radical criticism was

in Heritopia