Issues of Food and Drink: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Issues of Food and Drink: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Volume 20.2 (Nov 2005)

Editor: Sarah Ralph

Issues of Food and Drink: An Interdisciplinary Approach

1. Preface
Article

Sarah Ralph

2. Embodied material culture
Article

Michael Dietler

6. Food, drink and the 'Other' in the Celtiberian city-state of Segeda I (Zaragoza, Spain)
Article

Francisco Burillo Mozota & Aarón Alzola Romero

8. An archaeology of overindulgence
Article

Philippa Patrick

12. Archaeological Theory and the Politics of Cultural Heritage
Book Review

Authored By: Laurajane Smith
Reviewed By: Gordon B. Lobay

13. Ur, The City of the Moon God
Book Review

Authored By: Harriet Crawford
Reviewed By: Silvia Ferrari

14. Andean Archaeology
Book Review

Edited By: Helaine Silverman
Reviewed By: Alexander Herrera

15. The Langdales: Landscape and Prehistory in a Lakeland Valley
Book Review

Authored By: Mark Edmonds
Reviewed By: Rob Law

16. The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: Materiality and Traditions of Practice
Book Review

Edited By: Vicki Cummings and Chris Fowler
Reviewed By: Jessica Beckett

17. Material Culture and Other Things: Post-disciplinary Studies in the Twenty-first Century
Book Review

Edited By: Frederik Fahlander and Terje Oestigaard
Reviewed By: Rose Clark

18. The Materiality of Stone: Explorations in Landscape Phenomenology
Book Review

Authored By: Christopher Tilley
Reviewed By: Isabelle Vella Gregory

19. Avebury
Book Review

Authored By: Mark Gillings and Josh Pollard
Reviewed By: David Robinson

20. Gender and Chinese Archaeology
Book Review

Edited By: Katheryn M. Linduff and Yan Sun
Reviewed By: David Steel