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Writing Remains

New Intersections of Archaeology, Literature and Science

Dr Josie Gill (Redaktør) ; Dr Catriona McKenzie (Redaktør) ; Dr Emma Lightfoot (Redaktør)

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Brings together leading archaeologists and literary critics to open up innovative new insights into our understanding of cultural history.

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List of Figures

List of Tables

Introduction: New Intersections of Archaeology, Literature and Science. Josie Gill, University of Bristol, UK, Catriona McKenzie, University of Exeter, UK and Emma Lightfoot, University of Cambridge, UK

Genetics and Human Inheritance

1. New Materialism, Archaeogenetics and Tracing the Human. Jerome de Groot, University of Manchester, UK

2. Jack London and Before Adam: Ahead of his Time, or a Cautionary Tale in the Study of Prehistoric Hominins? James Walker, University of Bradford, UK and David Clinnick, St Mary's College of California, USA


Innovations in Practice through Collaborative Projects

3. 'Handle with Care': Literature, Archaeology, Slavery. Josie Gill, Catriona McKenzie and Emma Lightfoot

4. Creative Facticity and 'Hyper-Archaeology': The Spatial and Performative Textualities of Psychogeography. Spencer Jordan, University of Nottingham, UK


Literature, Archaeology and Layering the Past

5. Deciphering the City: Ancient Egypt in Victorian London and Psychogeographical Archaeology. Eleanor Dobson, University of Birmingham, UK


6. From the Great Castle of the Hill to the Great Mound on the River: Imperialism and Transatlantic Archaeology in Thomas Hardy's 'Ancient Earthworks'. Anna West, independent scholar

Narrative Archaeology and the Narratives of Archaeologists

7. Something More than Imagination: Archaeology and Fiction. Robert E.Witcher, Durham University, UK and Daniel P. van Helden, University of Leicester, UK


8. The Death of the Archaeologist: Imagining Science, Storytelling and Self-Understanding in Contemporary Archaeofiction. Anna Auguscik, University og Oldenburg, Germany

Index

Om forfatteren

Josie Gill is Lecturer in Black British Writing in the Department of English at the University of Bristol, UK.

Catriona McKenzie is a Senior Lecturer in Human Osteoarchaeology in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Exeter, UK.

Emma Lightfoot is Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Biomolecular Archaeology at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research at the University of Cambridge, UK.