H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white
Published Jun 2016
The present volume gathers the communications of the three sessions organized under the auspices of the Commission ‘History of Archaeology’ at the XVII UISPP World Congress Burgos 2014.
Foreword to the XVII UISPP Congress Proceedings Series Edition (Luiz Oosterbeek); Foreword to the Volume (Marc-Antoine Kaeser); Part I: International relations in the history of archaeology – Session organised by Margarita Díaz-Andreu and Víctor M. Fernández: Introduction: International relations in the history of archaeology (Margarita Díaz-Andreu and Víctor M. Fernández); British ideas in a French World. Victorian anthropologists and the creation of the concept of Palaeolithic Art (1890-1906) (Eduardo Palacio-Pérez); From far away: museums, collections and scientific research (Karina Vanesa Chichkoyan); Funding international study trips in early twentieth century Europe: the JAE grants and the presence of Spanish archaeologists in Italy (1907-1936) (Francisco Sánchez Salas); Romanità in Spain? The contacts between Spanish and Italian classical archaeologists during the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera (1923-1930) (Margarita Díaz-Andreu); Archaeological connections: tracking and tracing international relations throughout Portuguese colonialism (Patrícia Conde, João Carlos Senna-Martínez and Ana Cristina Martins); Africanism and international relations in Spanish prehistoric archaeology (1939-1956) (Enrique Gozalbes-Cravioto); Internationalism and lake-dwelling research after the Second World War (Géraldine Delley); An Influential Outsider. Georges Laplace between French institutions and Italian prehistory (Sébastien Plutniak and Massimo Tarantini); The ‘Tagus Generation’ in Portuguese archaeology: transition, innovation or ‘revolution’? (A first analysis) (Ana Cristina Martins); Learning to be scientific. The introduction of ‘New Archaeology’ in Spain, 1975-1990 (Víctor M. Fernández); The Chicago Connection in Spanish Paleolithic Prehistory (Lawrence Guy Straus); Part II: The Revolution of the Sixties in Prehistory and Protohistory – Session organised by François Djindjian and Alessandro Guidi: Introduction - The Revolution of the Sixties in Prehistory and Protohistory (François Djindjian and Alessandro Guidi); The Revolution of the Sixties in Prehistory and Protohistory (François Djindjian); La préhistoire en Union Soviétique des années 1950 aux années 1960 (Lioudmila Iakovleva); Marxism in the European archaeology of the sixties: the case studies of Italy and France (Alessandro Guidi); Les relevés de Léon Pales et ses lectures de l’art mobilier sur les pierres gravées de La Marche (Vienne) (Anne-Catherine Welté); ‘Mission’: modernize! Portuguese archaeology in the 1960s (a preamble) (Ana Cristina Martins); The New Archaeology and the Archaeology of Australia (Tim Murray); Part III: Lobbying for Archaeology – Session organised by Géraldine Delley and Marc-Antoine Kaeser: Innovative alliances in the history of archaeology: introduction to a new field of inquiry (Marc-Antoine Kaeser); Radiocarbon and archaeology: an innovative alliance in the post-WWII scientific field (Géraldine Delley); Lobbying for archaeology in the Italian ‘First Republic’ (Alessandro Guidi); Interests on the margins of the disciplines: computing, engineers and archaeologists in France (1950–2000) (Sébastien Plutniak); The Australian Research Council and the archaeology of the modern city in Australia (Tim Murray)