Slow Archaeology, Punk Archaeology, and the Archaeology of Care
- William Caraher (see profile)
- Archaeology--Data processing, Archaeology
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- archaeological theory, Archaeological Methods, Digital archaeology
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- This article considers the impact of both historical and digital transhuman practices in archaeology with an eye toward recent conversations concerning punk archaeology, slow archaeology, and an archaeology of care. Drawing on Ivan Illich, Jacques Ellul, and Gilles Delueze, the article suggests that current trends in digital practices risk both alienating archaeological labour and deterritorializing archaeological work.
- Prepublication draft of an article.
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- 5 years ago
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