The Trowel And The Sickle. Italian Archaeology And Its Marxist Legacy

(by Elisa Cella, Maja Gori, Alessandro Pintucci) In the 1945-1960s, the Italian Communist party influenced the development of Italian archaeology given its role as crucial hub of Italian intellectual life. Communism and Marxism influenced the development of the discipline, however following the collapse of the PCI and the resulting downfall of its intellectual tradition archaeology
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Archaeology In The Adriatic. From The Dawn To The Sunset Of Communist Ideologies

(by Elisa Cella, Maja Gori, Alessandro Pintucci) This paper focuses on the development of archaeology in Albania and Yugoslavia and their relation first to fascism and then to communism and socialist regimes. It is argued that different uses of archaeology are the product of a complex interaction between the development of archaeological discipline and historical,
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