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1842174584
Author:
Joseph Maran,Philipp W. Stockhammer
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English
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Oxbow Books (January 31, 2012)
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Joseph Maran and Philipp W. Stockhammer. at the conference Materiality and Practice: Transformative.

Joseph Maran and Philipp W. ISBN 978-1-84217-458-6. Capacities of Intercultural Encounters, that took place in the. Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg on March 25. to 27, 2010.

Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations

Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations. Such a focus necessitates an approach that takes a transcultural perspective as a fundamental methodology and, then a broader understanding of the inter-relationship between humans and objects. Adopting a transcultural approach forces us to change archaeology's approach towards items coming from the outside

Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations

Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations. Adopting a Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations.

Book Description: Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative . Joseph Maran and Philipp W. 13. The intercultural transformative capacities or irregularly appropriated goods.

Book Description: Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations.

Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters. J Maran, PW Stockhammer. Performing the practice turn in archaeology. Transcultural Studies, 7-42, 2012. The stone age plague and its persistence in Eurasia. AA Valtueña, A Mittnik, FM Key, W Haak, R Allmäe, A Belinskij,. Current biology 27 (23), 3683-3691.

Oxford and Oakville: Oxbow Books, 220 pp. Etnoantropološki problemi 7 (3): 871-874. Oxford and Oakville: Oxbow Books, 220 pp.

Joseph Maran, Philipp W. Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations. Adopting a transcultural approach forces us to change archaeology's approach towards items coming from the outside.

Outline of a Theory of Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Comaroff, J. & Comaroff, J. 1991. Of Revelation and Revolution 1: Christianity, Colonialism and Consciousness in South Africa. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Adopting a transcultural approach forces us to change archaeology's approach towards items coming from the outside

Materiality and Social Practice investigates the transformative potential arising from the interplay between material forms, social practices and intercultural relations. Such a focus necessitates an approach that takes a transcultural perspective as a fundamental methodology and, then a broader understanding of the inter-relationship between humans and objects. Adopting a transcultural approach forces us to change archaeology's approach towards items coming from the outside. By using them mostly for reconstructing systems of exchange or for chronology, archaeology has for a long time reduced them to their properties as objects and as being foreign. This volume explores the notion that the significance of such items does not derive from the transfer from one place to another as such but, rather, from the ways in which they were used and contextualised. The main question is how, through their integration into discourses and practices, new frameworks of meaning were created conforming neither with what had existed in the receiving society nor in the area of origin of the objects.