The One World Archaeology series brings together the ideas of archaeologists, anthropologists and academics in a host of related disciplines from around the world. Integral to this unique, worldwide interdisciplinary approach are the contributions made by non-academics from a wide variety of cultures - Inuit, Australian Aborigine and Native American, the result is a contemporary global, cross-cultural approach.
The fourth World Archaeological Congress will be held in Cape Town, South Africa in January 1999, with the Right Honourable Nelson Mandela as Patron.
Madness, Disability and Social Exclusion The Archaeology and Anthropology of 'Difference'
Sacred Sites, Sacred Places
What is an Animal?
By Cressida Fforde, Jane Hubert, Paul Turnbull
March 15, 2002
Inspired by a key session for the World Archaeological Congress in South Africa, The Dead and their Possessions is the first book to tackle the principle, policy and practice of repatriating museum artefacts, rather than cultural heritage in general. Increasingly, indigenous people world-wide...
By Jane Hubert
January 29, 2001
A unique work that brings together a number of specialist disciplines, such as archaeology, anthropology, disability studies and psychiatry to create a new perspective on social and physical exclusion from society. A range of evidence throws light on such things as the causes and consequences of ...
By David L. Carmichael, Jane Hubert, Brian Reeves, Audhild Schanche
November 07, 1997
Sacred Sites, Sacred Places explores the concept of 'sacred' and what it means to people in differing cultures. Archaeologists, legislators and those involved in heritage management sometimes come into conflict with local populations over sites which these communities consider to be sacred. This ...
By Tim Ingold
September 21, 1994
This book offers a unique interdisciplinary challenge to assumptions about animals and animality deeply embedded in our own ways of thought, and at the same time exposes highly sensitive and largely unexplored aspects of the understanding of our common humanity....