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  1. Chaplains to the Imprisoned

    Sharing Life with the Incarcerated

    By Richard D Shaw

    Chaplains to the Imprisoned begins to fill the information gap through its in-depth study of prison chaplains as seen by co-workers, inmates, and the chaplains themselves. They describe their roles, share difficulties which are encountered in their ministry, and personal methods for coping with...

    Published November 30th 1994 by Routledge

  2. The Archaeology of Africa

    Food, Metals and Towns

    Edited by Bassey Andah, Alex Okpoko, Thurstan Shaw, Paul Sinclair

    Series: One World Archaeology

    Africa has a vibrant past. It emerges from this book as the proud possessor of a vast and highly complicated interweaving of peoples and cultures, practising an enormous diversity of economic and social strategies in an Extraordinary range of environmental situations. At long last the archaeology...

    Published November 16th 1994 by Routledge

  3. The Excluded Past

    Archaeology in Education

    Edited by Robert MacKenzie, Peter Stone

    Series: One World Archaeology

    The Excluded Past examines the uneasy relationship between archaeology and education, arguing that archaeologists have a vital role to play in education alongside other interpreters of the past. Cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary contributors show how the exclusion of aspects of the past tends...

    Published November 2nd 1994 by Routledge

  4. Signifying Animals

    Edited by Roy Willis

    Series: One World Archaeology

    A fresh assessment of the workings of animal symbolism in diverse cultures. Reconsiders the concept of totemism and exposes common fallacies in symbolic interpretation....

    Published September 21st 1994 by Routledge

  5. What is an Animal?

    Edited by T. Ingold

    Series: One World Archaeology

    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....

    Published August 31st 1994 by Routledge

  6. Archaeological Approaches to Cultural Identity

    2nd Edition

    Edited by S. J. Shennan

    Series: One World Archaeology

    First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published August 31st 1994 by Routledge

  7. Who Needs the Past?

    Indigenous Values and Archaeology, 2nd Edition

    Edited by R. Layton

    Series: One World Archaeology

    This book offers a critique of the all pervasive Western notion that other communities often live in a timeless present. Who Needs the Past? provides first-hand evidence of the interest non-Western, non-academic communities have in the past....

    Published August 3rd 1994 by Routledge

  8. Conflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions

    2nd Edition

    Edited by R. Layton

    Series: One World Archaeology

    The first text to address the contentious issues raised by the pursuit of anthropology and archaeology in the world today. Calls into question the traditional, sometimes difficult relationship between western scholars and the contemporary cultures and peoples they study and can easily disturb....

    Published August 3rd 1994 by Routledge

  9. Early Mesopotamia

    Society and Economy at the Dawn of History

    By Nicholas Postgate

    The roots of our modern world lie in the civilization of Mesopotamia, which saw the development of the first urban society and the invention of writing. The cuneiform texts reveal the technological and social innovations of Sumer and Babylonia as surprisingly modern, and the influence of this...

    Published May 25th 1994 by Routledge

  10. The Making of Stonehenge

    By Rodney Castleden

    Every generation has created its own interpretation of Stonehenge, but rarely do these relate to the physical realities of the monument. Rodney Castleden begins with those elements which made possible the building of this vast stone circle: the site, the materials and the society that undertook the...

    Published November 17th 1993 by Routledge