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Human Mobility in Archaeology: Editorial

(by Maja Gori, Martina Revello Lami, Alessandro Pintucci) Editorial: Practices Representations and Meanings of Human Mobility in Archaeology It has been abundantly demonstrated that theories and paradigms in the humanities are influenced by historical, economic and socio-cultural conditions, which have profoundly influenced archaeology’s representation of migration. This was mostly conceived as the study of the
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Human Mobility in Archaeology

Practices, Representations and Meanings Volume 3, 2018 Edited by M. Gori, A. Pintucci & M. Revello Lami It has been abundantly demonstrated that theories and paradigms in the humanities are influenced by historical, economic and socio-cultural conditions, which have profoundly influenced archaeology’s representation of migration. This was mostly conceived as the study of the movement
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Archaeology&Comics

by Emiliano Barletta (Texts) and Alessio Lo Manto (Drawings) 23 July 2018 (For English see below) Quando parliamo di fumetti, spesso si pensa ad un prodotto per un pubbico di giovanissimi, infatti nell’editoria non specializzata il paradigma fumetti/bambini è ancora dominante. E’ altrettanto vero che negli ultimi decenni il fumetto – nella sua declinazione di
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Brexit, la Rivolta Populista e il Futuro dell'Archeologia

di Claudio Cavazzuti (9 Luglio 2018) I referendum, come qualsiasi altra occasione di espressione democratica, bruciano tutti i filtri della propaganda mediatica e ti sbattono in faccia la pubblica opinione. Per noi è una benedizione, una volta ogni tanto, poter testare teorie sociali su numeri ed evidenze dirette, anziché su percezioni e fonti frammentarie. E
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The Natural and the Cultural

An Integrated Approach to Landscape Heritage Management (in preparation) Edited by Heleen van Londen, Arkadiusz Marciniak, Marjo Schlaman, Andrea Travaglia Many western countries deal with a longstanding division between natural and cultural heritage when it comes to landscape management, which is mainly attributable to the fact that both sectors have developed independently and now operate
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Call for Blog Posts

The ExN Blog is now accepting blog posts. We welcome original think pieces and editorials on topics related to social archaeology including: politics and archaeology public archaeology the legacies of colonialism and nationalism within the discipline the articulation between local and global archaeological traditions the discipline’s involvement in memory and identity museum studies and restitution
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On Discipline And Place

Mediterranean fieldwork and Classical Archaeology between The Devotee and The Inner Colonial by Lennart Kruijer (14 March 2018) You say there’s a lesson that you want to teach Well here I am baby, practice what you preach (Barry White) It is a peculiar species that migrates south each summer, clothed in khaki-coloured fieldwork trousers, leaving
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Introducing The ExN Blog

The Blog Factor in Academia (by M. Revello Lami) Hosting a blog on a scientific journal can be a source of controversy among academics. It may sound like a frivolous distraction from the real work, revealing a too favorable attitude toward social media. However, as academics we are constantly asked to make our research more
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Who Owns The Past? (Vol.2, 2017)

Who Owns the Past? Archaeological Heritage between Idealisation and Destruction (edited by M. Gori, M. Revello Lami, A. Pintucci) The second issue of Ex Novo hosts papers exploring the various ways in which the past is remembered, recovered, created and used. In particular, contributions discuss the role of archaeology in present-day conflict areas and its
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Thracology And Nationalism In Bulgaria

(by Ivan Marinov  & Nicolas Zorzin) Thracology and Nationalism in Bulgaria. Deconstructing Contemporaneous Historical and Archaeological Representations   It is now widely acknowledged that Bulgarian academic discourses of the country’s so-called communist era (1945-1989) were heavily politicized with the aim of nationalizing and ethnicizing the history of the Bulgarian people. This communist era phenomenon subscribes
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