Wednesday, 16 September 2015

The Temporality of the Landscape Revisited in Gothenburg

Trench locations for A435 road scheme in Warwickshire, Spring 1993
The Temporality of the Landscape Revisited in Gothenburg

I'll be giving a seminar in the Department of Historical Studies at Gothenburg University on Friday 16 November, from 13.15 to 15.00 (Hall C.402). The title for the seminar is The Temporality of the Landscape Revisited. Drawing on a programme of archival research into late 20th-century rescue archaeology in southern England, the paper will revisit and reassess Tim Ingold's 1993 paper The Temporality of the Landscape from the perspective of landscape archaeology as seen through the museum collection, exploring the potential for new forms of documentary archaeology. Further details are available from Christian Isendahl.

Update: you can now read the full published paper based on this talk, with responses by Tim Ingold, Matt Edgeworth, and Laurent Olivier, in Norwegian Archaeological Review or on my academia.edu page here

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